Below are case studies relating to Sustainable New Communities. Click on the development name to see the full case study
The first Millennium Village is an exemplar scheme in the creation of sustainable new communities.
St Mary's Island, which is Britain’s only planned new island community, is a development of national and regional significance.
Great Notley Garden Village is a strategically important sustainable community which has achieved national recognition and local success.
A proposed sustainable urban extension to the North East of Chelmsford
Priors Green is a new community in the strategically important Stansted Airport area. The 90 acre site for around 720 new mixed-tenure homes is one mile from Stansted Airport.
'Kingsmere' a new community in South West Bicester, Oxfordshire will include 1,585 new homes and a wide range of community facilities on a 287 acre site.
Outline planning consent has been received from Cambridge City Council for a new sustainable garden suburb on a site known during the planning process as Clay Farm and Glebe Farm. The major development is a planned urban extension to the south of Cambridge.
A proposed urban extension to the village of Broadbridge Heath to the west of Horsham.
Information correct as at 13/09/2012