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Countryside, the leading home builder behind the planned transformation of North Leigh Park, has made a commitment to invest in apprenticeships for local people as the business prepares to commence work on the flagship site.
At Countryside, we are passionate about creating homes that promote healthy, happy and active lifestyles, which is why so many of our developments come with green open space, communal areas and a range of amenities.
Marham Park, the new village style development in Bury St Edmunds, from award-winning developer Countryside, was one of the main sponsors of St Nicholas Hospice Care’s “Girls Night Out” event held on Saturday, September 14.
We are pleased to announce that 3, 4 and 5 Quiet Lane at our Base development in Newhall have been shortlisted for a Harlow Architectural Design Award in the residential category.
Alongside their sponsorship, Countryside have also contributed financially towards the construction of the £1 million pavilion at Broadbridge Heath FC, the football club’s stadium, two full size football pitches and junior pitch.
We are proud to announce that our Beam Park development in Rainham has been shortlisted at the 2019 AJ Architecture Awards in the Masterplan category.
Sabina Jereczek is a Development Manager at Countryside, having completed the Countryside Graduate Programme three years ago.
The Beaulieu Park School, Essex’s first all-through school in Chelmsford, has opened its doors to the first intake of secondary school students.
Last month, I was delighted to welcome Robert Jenrick, the new housing secretary, to Acton Gardens, our £820m regeneration scheme in West London.