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We are proud to announce that its affordable housing scheme in South Hykeham, a small village south west of Lincoln, has won two awards.
On Friday 21st January Leader of Waltham Forest Council, Cllr Grace Williams, and leading mixed-tenure developer, Countryside, celebrated the handover of the first 30 affordable homes at the popular North London development, Feature 17.
Greenwich Millennium Village, a joint venture between Countryside and Taylor Wimpey and in association with the Mayor of London, has once again broken ground with work commencing on the final two phases of the ‘Parkside Collection’, phases 202 and 203.
Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside has donated 30 children’s book to Hainault day nursery and All Saints pre-school near its Oaklands Hamlet development in Chigwell to help boost young learning post-covid. Designed to provide additional resources for local nurseries, the book donation aims to encourage reading at a young age with a range of new and interesting books with a focus on kindness to reflect the post-pandemic sentiment.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has acquired a new site at Cribbs Causeway near Bristol. It marks further positive steps in the company’s growth ambitions for the South West, where it already has six sites across the region in Bath, Somerset and Swindon.
Regeneration work in the Higher Croft region in Blackburn, Lancashire has commenced, with Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed tenure developer, Together Housing Group and Blackburn with Darwen Council set to deliver 377 homes on land by Fishmoor Drive and Roman Road.
With the festive season already a distant memory, and most of us getting back into our daily routine, January can be a particularly bleak month. Combined with the shorter days, dreary weather, failed new years’ resolutions and tight purse strings after the Christmas splurge, AND a Monday to boot, and you can get something else entirely.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and Kingston Council have received planning approval for their regeneration of the Cambridge Road Estate in Kingston.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations, have secured unanimous planning approval from Ealing Council for Phases 9.3, 9.5 and 9.6 of Acton Gardens, which will provide a further 215 mixed-tenure homes at the £800m regeneration of the former South Acton estate in west London.
2021 saw the extension of our Communities Fund, a pledge of £1,000,000 to be donated across a wide-ranging cross-section of vulnerable community groups, voluntary organisations, and charities.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has partnered with Homes England, the Government’s housing delivery agency, to build up to 200 homes on the site of the former police training centre just off Yew Tree Lane, in Harrogate.