Below are case studies relating to Mixed Tenure & Estate Regeneration. Click on the development name to see the full case study
The Peckham Partnership was one of the country's largest urban regeneration schemes, involving the redevelopment of the former Five Estates in Peckham, South East London to provide a mixed tenure community.
The £3.7 billion regeneration of Canning Town & Custom House aims to transform the area physically, socially and economically creating a sustainable and cohesive community.
Our largest current regeneration project aims to greatly improve the quality of life for existing and new residents.
Countryside Properties is providing a unique package of services on the regeneration of the Grahame Park Estate in Colindale.
Countryside Properties is currently undertaking the £71m regeneration of the Stonebridge Estate, working in partnership with Stonebridge Housing Action Trust (HAT) and Hyde Housing Group. The redevelopment will include the provision of 603 new homes for rent and shared ownership.
An important new residential quarter and a key element in the regeneration of East Manchester.
Countryside Properties has undertaken a £19m estate regeneration scheme, Coopers Road, which was part of the Southwark Estates Initiative. It involved the phased replacement of four 1960's blocks with 154 new flats and houses for rent and shared ownership for the Peabody Trust. It received a CABE Building for Life Silver Standard in 2008.
Countryside Properties is working with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and Swan Housing Group to regenerate a neglected high-rise housing estate and create a vibrant mixed-tenure community.
Working in partnership with Moat and in conjunction with Gravesham Borough Council and the Homes and Communities Agency, Countryside Properties is currently undertaking the £60m regeneration of Christian Fields, replacing lifetime expired housing with 426 mixed-tenure new homes.
The Millennium Plus project which is being developed by Southern Housing Group and built by Countryside Properties is one of the earliest pioneers of modern methods of construction.
Countryside Properties has completed over £30m of new build and refurbishment works at Longwood Park, previously known as the Common Road Estate, Langley in Slough.
350 new homes have been provided through an innovative partnering agreement that brings together the local authority, a consortium of housing associations and Countryside Properties.
Information correct as at 02/07/2013