It's been another successful few months for our residential team as some high profile projects have seen major developments.
Planning has been granted for 130 David Wilson homes in Henstridge, Somerset, including 46 affordable homes. Through an efficient evolution of the outline framework plan, we were able to add more green space and sustainable drainage features, whilst still retaining the consented development. An existing public right of way has been sensitively integrated into the layout, helping to connect it to the existing community and the wider landscape context.
The first homes have been delivered at a 2.2-acre site in Beeston, Nottinghamshire. In just 20 months, we have worked with ilke to secure planning and start delivering homes using modern methods of construction. The affordable, modular homes are being built on a brownfield site next to Beeston Station. Modular, factory-built homes are more affordable due to the speed they can be built, and they are sustainable as they ensure residents can heat their homes cheaply.
We successfully achieved reserved matters planning permission in April for a mixed residential scheme for United Welsh Housing Association on a constrained site in Caerphilly Town Centre. The scheme includes 74 dwellings in a mix of apartments, houses and over-55s accommodation, as well as communal areas and high-quality landscape and sustainable drainage areas.
We worked closely with United Welsh Housing Association to achieve planning consent for the second section of a development at Sanatorium Road in Cardiff. This phase includes 35 dwellings in a mix of houses and apartments along with landscape and sustainable drainage features.
We have recently helped our clients Hanbury Properties to gain reserved matters planning permission for a mixed-use scheme in Pagham, Bognor Regis. The 1,650 m2 development will include retail, café, and community facilities, along with a 70-bed care home and 20 high-quality apartments. We worked closely with planning consultants Ridge and Partners to secure planning for this strategic development.