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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Transport for London (TfL) is working with Vistry Partnerships London, and housing association, Peabody, on proposals that could deliver 98 new affordable homes in Barkingside.
Leading regeneration business Vistry Partnerships has secured three sites from Homes England that will deliver more than 800 homes.
Following the success of a mixed tenure development in County Durham, which completed last year, work on a second, much larger £60.4m phase, is now underway – continuing the mission to meet local housing need.
Leading regeneration business Vistry Partnerships has secured a £128m contract from LGIM Real Assets (Legal & General) to construct 480 new homes on a former Homebase site in Wandsworth, London.
Leading regeneration business Vistry Partnerships has been selected by Nottinghamshire County Council to deliver a new 805 home development at Top Wighay Farm in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire.
The demolition of the main structure of Sunderland’s old Civic Centre building, is now in progress, paving the way for 265 new homes.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, welcomed partners LiveWest and Sigma Capital Group to its Strawberry Grange development in Bridgwater to mark the start of work on site.
First Bus launches an additional X30 Bus Service in Essex, following funding from Wolsey Park developer, Countryside
On Sunday 30th October, following support from Countryside - the leading mixed-tenure developer behind the Wolsey Park development in Rayleigh - First Bus launched an additional X30 Bus Service.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed tenure developer welcomed partners to the former Doncaster Railway Works to celebrate the next phase of work at the award-winning Pullman Green development in Hexthorpe, central Doncaster.
The fourth annual Acton Gardens construction event has taken place at Countryside and L&Q’s £800m regeneration of the South Acton Estate, giving local young students a hands-on introduction to the construction industry.
The second phase of Ashmere, a landmark joint-venture housing development in Ebbsfleet Garden City, Kent, has broken ground, marking the beginning of construction.
Countryside and its partners, Together Housing Group and Sigma Capital, have celebrated the completion of the first homes at the landmark Brookfield Vale development in the Higher Croft region of Blackburn.