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Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations, have secured unanimous planning approval from Ealing Council for Phase 8.1 and 8.2 of Acton Gardens, marking the next chapter in the regeneration of the former South Acton estate in west London.
Peel Place, the civic quarter of the South Kilburn Masterplan Regeneration Programme, has gained planning approval at Brent Council’s first virtual planning committee.
At the end of March 2020, Countryside exchanged contracts with government housing agency Homes England as the preferred development partner on two major development sites in Chatham, Kent, and Spencer’s Park, Hertfordshire. Both sites will see the creation of up to 900 new homes with construction expected to begin in 2022.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and Home Group, one of the UK’s largest providers of high-quality housing, health and social care, have secured planning approval for Phase 3 of South Oxhey Central, the c.£218m development in Hertfordshire, from Three Rivers District Council.
Following ten months of consultation and engagement, residents of the Cambridge Road Estate in Kingston voted overwhelmingly in favour of council plans to regenerate their neighbourhood.
Fresh Wharf – Countryside and Notting Hill Genesis’ mixed-use regeneration scheme in Barking, East London – has secured planning consent for Phase 2 of the development.
Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV), a joint venture between Countryside and Taylor Wimpey in association with the Mayor of London, held a “topping out” ceremony on-site to mark the completion of the structures in Commodore’s Quarter.
The next phase of development is now underway at Feature17, Countryside’s Walthamstow regeneration scheme.
Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in placemaking has begun work to build 164 new homes at City Fields in Wakefield, becoming the housebuilder’s first development in Yorkshire.