November 2022 saw the successful completion of the merger between Vistry Group and Countryside Partnerships. The articles below include news stories from Vistry Partnerships, now known as Countryside Partnerships.
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Countryside Partnerships continues to support local schools across its London regions with the latest initiative involving Partnerships’ Meridian One project team engaging with West Lea school – a school catering for students aged between four and 11 with special educational needs and disabilities.
Countryside, now part of Vistry Group, and L&Q, the developers of Beaulieu in Chelmsford, yesterday celebrated the progress on site at Beaulieu Zone T, the latest phase of mixed-use homes at Chelmsford’s vibrant Beaulieu development. The JV partners were joined by Eastlight Community Homes, the resident-led housing association for the East of England and the JV’s housing association partner for Beaulieu Zone T.
Countryside Partnerships’ London team hosted a business briefing event that welcomed 250 supply chain partners and consultants.
We are delighted to share that our joint venture scheme with Taylor Wimpey Central London and Greater London Authority, Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV), has won the award for the Best Regeneration Scheme at this year’s WhatHouse? Awards.
Two Vistry Group teams joined forces to help a local primary school in response to their cry for help.
On Thursday 16th November, Countryside Partnerships welcomed Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities to Great Kneighton in Cambridge, where he saw placemaking at its best and talked about the importance of building great communities.
Simon Murphy, a construction site manager at Meridian One, which is being delivered by Countryside Partnerships and Enfield Council as the first phase of the landmark Meridian Water regeneration scheme in Enfield, has been awarded with a ‘Seal of Excellence’ at the 2023 NHBC Pride in the Job Awards in recognition of the high standards of construction at the development.
Countryside Partnerships, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has been given the go ahead by Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council to start work on 122 new affordable homes at the 7.4-acre site of the former Bedworth Bowling and Rugby Club. Midland Heart, a registered provider of affordable housing, will own and manage the properties on completion.
Countryside Partnerships, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure affordable housing developer, has marked the next step in its mission to create sustainable communities in Nottingham with the launch of new show homes at Garvey Glade, its scheme in Bestwood. Alex Norris, MP for Nottingham North and Shadow Minister for Policing, attended to tour the homes and cut the ribbon to mark the official opening.
Countryside Partnerships, working together with Homes England, has finalised the purchase of land for a development of 259 new homes to be known as Windmill View at Upper Lighthorne, near Leamington Spa in Warwickshire, and has secured planning permission for the first phase of the project.
Great Haddon, Peterborough, has seen an influx of much-needed properties for the rental market as Countryside Partnerships, the UK’s leading mixed tenure developer, has completed the first of 117 new homes at Fletton Folly, which will be owned and managed by Rental Living by Legal & General, the suburban build-to-rent arm of Legal & General Capital’s multi-tenure housing platform.