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Countryside, together with their partner Home Group and Three Rivers District Council, have launched an apprenticeship scheme in partnership with Joe Brennan Training (JBT) at their £172 million redevelopment in South Oxhey, Hertfordshire.
The New London Architecture (NLA) research, championed by Countryside, examines the evolution of London and its towns, and explores London’s potential future as a truly polycentric city.
Huyton pupils were given an important lesson in health and safety by homebuilder Countryside, who paid a visit to Roby Park Primary School last week as part of its ongoing community safety initiative.
A stylish new show village has been unveiled at Countryside’s highly anticipated Blackberry Vale development in Brinnington, where 10% of the properties have already been snapped up by local buyers.
Countryside can confirm today that a development agreement has been signed with Hackney Council to develop new homes for social renting, shared ownership, and outright sale at St Leonard’s Court in Hoxton.
Countryside Partnerships recently organised and chaired the first forum for local authorities on the creation of local authority housing companies, perhaps the most significant change in housing delivery London is facing for over 20 years.
Countryside has begun the initial phase of a 10-year regeneration programme with the demolition of the first 23-storey tower block on the post-war Alma Estate in Ponders End, Enfield.
The community artwork, known as the ‘South Acton Tree of Life’, is the centrepiece of a new public square and can be seen by passengers travelling past South Acton Overground Station.
Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in placemaking and regeneration, has been chosen as a preferred development partner, along with one of the UK’s largest housing associations, Home Group, to deliver the next phase of the South Kilburn Estate regeneration programme.