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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We recently welcomed Tom Copley, GLA Deputy Mayor for Housing and Regeneration, and the Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville, to our Quartet scheme in the north London district of Clapton Common, alongside several of their colleagues from the GLA and Hackney Council.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and partner Great Places Housing Group, one of the largest housing associations in the North, were joined by Councillor Gavin White, Executive Member for Housing and Development at Manchester City Council last week (Thursday 10 November) to celebrate 130 much needed affordable homes and the opening of show homes at Belle Vue Place.
The brand-new Lidl at South Oxhey Central has opened its doors for the first time, as the new supermarket on Prestwick Road was officially opened this November by the Chair of Three Rivers District Council, Cllr Debbie Morris.
The Bracknell Forest Cambium Partnership has begun construction of the Coopers Hill site on the edge of Bracknell town centre – delivering 52 new homes and furthering the town’s continued regeneration.
Simon Clarke, the recently appointed ‘Levelling Up’ Minister, praised Partnerships North East’s Bracken Grange development in Middlesbrough during his first visit to a housing project in his new role.
Leading regeneration specialists, Vistry Partnerships East Midlands and Cross Keys Homes (CKH) have come together with South Kesteven District Council, to celebrate the start of development works on the former Mirlees Blackstone site. The development will regenerate a significant site which has been disused for many years.
Construction work has started on a new eco-friendly residential affordable housing scheme for people over the age of 55 in Penshaw.
Twenty large family homes would be built for the Gateshead Jewish community if a public / private partnership that is driving up the quality and choice of homes in the borough is given the go-ahead for its innovative proposal.
Housing association will start works this August to build 70 new affordable homes in Bishopsworth, Bristol, after securing planning consent for the site earlier this year.