At Countryside Properties a quality, added value approach is key. We operate in this way because we recognise that high quality design and place making creates desirability and adds long-term value to new homes, communities and regeneration projects, whatever the economic situation. As a result, we are highly successful in achieving planning consents for our development proposals. We work in partnership with numerous organisations and offer them a full range of partnering solutions that create bespoke solutions to their development requirements.
At Countryside Properties we look to create ‘added value’ at every stage of the development process from land procurement and planning to the high quality design of the homes, workplaces and environments we create. As a result, we work with our partners to capture the full value of land in the long-term.
Robust track record of partnership
We have a robust track record of partnership working with other organisations. We have found that working together with the HCA, local authorities, housing associations and local communities is often the most successful way of developing complex sites which benefit from the combined skills, experience and shared resources of the partners. We believe public/private partnerships will be the most appropriate way for development programmes to be enhanced in the future.
Leader in sustainable development
We have been recognised as a leader in sustainable development. With sustainability being a core principle of the planning system today we believe that being a good corporate citizen benefits all our partners, whilst creating added value and the delivery of new business opportunities.
We are able to offer our partners a comprehensive range of partnering solutions. This full range of services enables us to create tailor-made solutions to our partners’ particular development requirements. You will therefore benefit from the most advantageous solution that utilises the skills and experience of one of the UK’s leading developers.
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Information correct as at 16/04/2013