Partnerships Case Studies
Countryside has considerable experience in working in partnership with local authorities and housing associations to deliver private and affordable homes.
Below you will find a number of case studies which demonstrate our significant skill and experience in place making in partnership.
Bow Cross, London Case Study
In a partnership with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and Swan Housing Group we have regenerated Crossways a neglected high-rise housing estate and helped create a vibrant mixed-tenure community.
East City Point, Canning Town London Case Study
The £3.7 billion regeneration of Canning Town & Custom House aims to transform the area physically, socially and economically creating a sustainable and cohesive community.
New Broughton Village, Greater Manchester Case Study
Countryside’s flagship New Broughton Village development in Salford has become an exemplar of sustainable regeneration, having grown to become a flourishing suburban community on the doorstep of Manchester City Centre.
NGV, Liverpool Case Study
Regeneration specialist Sigma Capital formed Regeneration Liverpool, a joint venture partnership with Liverpool City Council, to undertake regeneration in council priority areas. The first and largest site identified was Norris Green.
Peckham Partnership, London Case Study
The Peckham Partnership was one of the country's largest urban regeneration schemes, involving the redevelopment of the former Five Estates in Peckham, South East London to provide a mixed tenure community.
New Hendon Village, London Case Study
The regeneration of the former Grahame Park Estate in Colindale is being led by Genesis Housing Group, working in conjunction with the London Borough of Barnet and Countryside.
Horizon, Kent, London Case Study
The £75m regeneration of the former Christian Fields estate has recently been completed, replacing lifetime expired housing with 426 mixed-tenure new homes.
Stonebridge Estate, London Case Study
Countryside has completed the £71m regeneration the Stonebridge Estate, working in partnership with Hillside Housing Trust (part of the Hyde Housing Group). The redevelopment includes the provision of 603 new homes for rent and shared ownership - a key part of the area’s renaissance.