The site has been successfully promoted through the planning system and currently benefits from a resolution to grant planning permission for up to 2,500 dwellings, two primary school, two local centres, and over 200 acres of open space.
Bidwells successfully promoted 13 acres of greenfield land allocated for new housing in the Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan and achieved planning permission for 190 dwellings. The site was subsequently sold to Barratt Eastern Counties.
The Clay Farm site is located approximately 3.7 km south of Cambridge city centre.
Once completed, the development will provide up to 2,300 new homes and an extensive area of strategic open space between Hobson’s Brook and the railway line, together with provision of education facilities, sports and recreation, health and community facilities and local shopping facilities.
The Frythe is a country house set in grounds extending to approximately 19.3 hectares (47 acres), just outside the village of Welwyn and about 30 miles north of central London. The site was sold by way of formal tender with the benefit of outline planning permission.
Development site to provide up to 2,200 dwellings, two primary schools, two mixed-use local centres including retail and commercial floorspace and a healthcare facility. The site will also provide green infrastructure to the community including Hoggates Wood and Ash Grove.
The land north of Hethersett is a major urban extension comprising approximately 85 hectares to the existing settlement in South Norfolk, providing 1,196 dwellings, a primary school, a local centre and new sport facilities.
Whalebone Park is an undeveloped greenfield site. The trustees required Bidwells’ expertise to advise on development proposals that could release funds to the trust and charity, in addition to providing benefits for the local community. The site lies within a conservation area and requires a sensitive approach in delivery.