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Woodland Tree houses - Wildhive Callow Hall entered by Planning & Design Practice Ltd

Planning & Design Practice Ltd provided planning consultancy services to Wildhive, a renowned hospitality company known for its commitment to preserving historical properties and natural surroundings while offering unique and luxurious visitor experiences. The Group acquired Callow hall, a site featuring a historic main hall surrounded by ancient woodland. Their ambition was to maintain the property’s character, protect the natural environment, and create an exceptional visitor experience through the development of tree house accommodations as well as the restoration and extension of the main Hall, to the benefit of the local community and wider economy.

 

 

Bradwell Springs entered by Peak District National Park

Bradwell Springs is an excellent example of how an active and forward-thinking community utilised the Neighbourhood Plan process to strongly influence a redevelopment scheme in the Peak District National Park. The National Park worked with the community and the developer to redevelop the site to create high-quality housing and industrial space, that enhances the character of the village. The site provides 43 open market houses and 12 community owned affordable houses owned. The scheme prompted the establishment of the Bradwell Community Land Trust which has since acquired further housing, as well as undertaken other community projects.

 

Gedling Green entered by Keepmoat Homes East Midlands

Gedling Green in Nottinghamshire, presents 33No. new dwellings on a former brownfield site, which have been delivered as part of a Future Homes Pilot Scheme.Keepmoat Homes are thrilled to lead the way in developing homes that fully meet the Future Homes Standard ahead of it becoming mandatory in 2025. This has been made possible through our strong working relationships with our partners on this development, including Homes England, Gedling Borough Council and Birmingham City University.