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Past Development:
 
  • Past Development

INTRODUCTION

Set in the grounds of the 17th Century Grade II* Listed 'Bailey Hall', the Mews were carefully designed to enhance the setting of this Listed building in the Hertford Conservation Area.

Prior to acquisition by City & Country, the site was an unattractive car park with some derelict outbuildings on it. Planning permission was obtained and six new two-bedroom cottages following the styles of the traditional mews houses were built.

Due to the sites prominence and location within the Conservation Area the Local Planning and Conservation Officers were both consulted on all aspects of the scheme and extreme care was taken to ensure that the design was in keeping.

In 2000 the site was awarded a prestigious 'Hertford Civic Society Award'.

Testimonial
"It was an incredible honour to be invited to the grand opening of Balls Park and see the remarkable transformation of this local landmark. Having been witness to the many lives of the house, it is remarkable to see the house restored to its glory, ready to be enjoyed by residents of Hertford again. City & Country have an incredible vision, and should be exceptionally proud of what they have created at Balls Park."

The Worshipful the Mayor of Hertford Councillor Mrs Sally Newton

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