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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Bishop’s Stortford community joins forces to plant native woodland in celebration of St James’ Park’s Tiny Forest initiative in partnership with Earthwatch Europe
On Tuesday 21st March, Countryside’s St James’ Park development launched its Tiny Forest initiative with the help of the local community. Tiny Forests is a programme run by Earthwatch Europe, an environmental charity and Independent Research Organisation, which works with local communities and partners to plant and maintain dense and fast-growing native woodlands, to reconnect people with nature and raise awareness of climate change.
Countryside Partnerships and leading built-to-rent (BTR) provider Sigma Capital Group have agreed two deals to deliver a total of 190 BTR homes with a combined value of just under £80m on two of its major mixed-tenure schemes.
Countryside Partnerships and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead have marked the start of construction at their £150m and 434-home St Cloud Way regeneration scheme in Maidenhead town centre, with a ground-breaking ceremony on 16 March 2023.
The development and building of the first railway station on the Great Eastern mainline in more than 100 years is now underway at Beaulieu in Chelmsford.
Representatives from Warwick District Council and Local Housing Company, Milverton Homes joined Vistry Group to inspect the progress being made by developer Countryside Partnerships on a scheme which will see 620 much-needed homes being built in Kenilworth over the next six years.
Partnerships Yorkshire has started work on a new development of 86 family homes at Jossey Lane in the Scawthorpe area of Doncaster, on land formerly owned by construction multinational Skanska.
Countryside Partnerships continue to support local schools across the London region with their STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programmes.
North London has secured planning consent from Waltham Forest Council for the third phase of Feature 17.
Countryside Partnerships Home Counties North have recently completed on a deal with Hearthstone Investments to deliver 31 private rented homes at St James’ Park in Bishops Stortford.
One of Countryside’s new showhomes at Fletton Folly got a thorough testing of its credentials as 25 pupils, aged 5 to 11, descended on its pristine interior to learn about sustainable building, site safety and how bouncy beds can be!
Coventry is set to benefit from 148 new affordable homes and substantial community investment delivered in partnership between leading housing provider, Stonewater and Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer.
CPSW has partnered with training provider Train 4 All to deliver a women’s only Pathway to Site programme at their Skills Academy in Plymouth.