• Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses on site
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses on site
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses on site
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses currently on site
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses on site
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses on site
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses on site
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Views within the site of the proposed scheme
  • Proposed layout of the 131 new houses currently on site

This project was for the development of 131 houses on a site on Hayling Island, Hampshire. The existing site was undeveloped farmland, part of which had been allocated for housing as a reserve site in the Council’s local plan. We worked with the clients and the Local Authority over a number of years to achieve outline consent for development across the whole site via an appeal.

Further to this success we subsequently developed the scheme for reserved matters consent for a national housebuilder who purchased the site.

We worked closely with the client from the inception of the project in order to achieve their goals.   Objections were raised locally to the scheme and we worked to ensure that the scheme not only delivered value for the client but also sought to address these local objections.

Client: National Housebuilder
Project Type: Residential Development
Services Provided: Architecture
Planning
Urban Design
Status: Completed On Site

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