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Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has launched Swan Grange, a new community being built close to the village of Witham St Hughs, between Lincoln and Newark.
The Leader of Barking & Dagenham Council, Cllr Darren Rodwell, has visited Beam Park to witness the progress being made on the currently consented 3,000-home regeneration scheme following the 936-home partnership deal signed by Barking and Dagenham Council with Countryside and L&Q in March 2022.
Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside is very pleased to announce the signing of the option agreement for its latest promotion, located at Fairoaks Airport in Surrey. Countryside’s proposals aim to deliver approximately 1,600 homes, of which 640 will be affordable.
Demolition works commence at Clapham Park as Countryside, a leading mixed-tenure developer and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH), one of the UK’s largest housing associations, sign a JV agreement, paving the way for the delivery of a £1bn regeneration scheme.
Countryside has secured approval to deliver the final phase of homes at Barton Park, a major housing development in Headington, Oxford.
A new partnership between Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and Start Living Residential, a new single-family build-to-rent joint venture between Gatehouse Bank and TPG Real Estate Partners (TPGREP), will see over 150 new high-quality rental homes delivered across the Midlands.
Once home to the renowned writer and social critic Charles Dickens, Rochester in Kent is a trademark of British history. With fond reference in many of his novels, the town became one of the writer’s favourites and his honour is still celebrated with two festivals held yearly – attracting many visitors from all over the country.
Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside has been working in partnership with Henry Maynard Primary School and Waltham Forest College as part of its commitment to enrich the communities in which it operates.
The start of work on the 400 affordable homes at Dracan Village, Burton-on-Trent, was marked by a ground-breaking ceremony that saw Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, welcoming partners to the former power station site in Drakelow Park.
As the first and only city in the UK to be designated as a UNESCO world heritage site in its entirety, Bath’s cobbled streets and fascinating architecture holds a layered history – the origins of the town and its sensitive planning symbolise a great period in British history.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and Hyde, one of the largest housing associations in the south east, have had their planning application for Phase 7 of Rochester Riverside, their landmark £419m regeneration scheme in Medway, approved by Medway Council.
A new public plaza surrounded by retailers at Watermark, Countryside and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s £94m regeneration scheme, was officially opened on 6 May by the MP for Maidenhead, Theresa May, in a ceremony alongside Leader of the Council Cllr Andrew Johnson and Malcolm Wood, Project Director for Countryside.