Great Wilsey Park



Great Wilsey Park is a sustainable urban extension, located to the north east of Haverhill. The site has been successfully promoted through the planning system and benefits from outline planning permission for up to 2,500 new homes, two primary schools, two local centres (including retail, community and employment uses), open space and strategic landscaping. The first residential phase, comprising 899 new homes, has been sold to Redrow Homes and Bidwells has been retained to sell the further residential phases, in addition to the local centres.

What we did

  • Acted for the landowner in procuring an optimum promotion and disposal strategy resulting in the appointment of Hallam Land Management as promoter

  • Acted on behalf of the landowner in negotiating the Promotion Agreement

  • Monitored the obligations placed on the promoter to ensure the objectives of the promotion agreement were satisfied, to include reviewing and commenting on the commerciality of the planning application and associated Section 106 Agreement to ensure an optimum planning permission was obtained

  • Formulated and implemented a disposal strategy

  • Acted for the landowner and promoter in negotiating and concluding the sale contract to Redrow Homes.  This involved careful consideration and negotiation for the delivery of the first phase and associated infrastructure to enable the effective disposal of subsequent phases and local centres 


  • Planning permission achieved within four years from signing of the Promotion Agreement

  • Sale of the first phase of Great Wilsey Park to Redrow Homes, which met the objectives of the Promotion Agreement, incorporated provision for the sale of subsequent phases of development and safeguarded the landowner's retained property 
  • Sale contract with Redrow exchanged within three months from receipt of legal documents

  • Legal negotiations concluded in parallel with obtaining a challenge free planning permission, enabling completion of the sale contract to occur in tandem with the expiry of the judicial review period of the planning permission


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