City & Country and You

City & Country and You

Are you looking for a role in Planning, Surveying, Sales, Design, Architecture or Construction. Or are you interested in joining our specialist Consultants and Supply Chain? Find out about City & Country and You.


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Past Development:
 
  • Past Development

INTRODUCTION

Originally built in circa 1880 as a family home the external architecture of Springfield Lodge in Hertford  is typical of the late Victorian period.

The house had been used as student bed-sits and had become institutionalised, scruffy and generally un-cared for by occupiers and owners with the bare minimum of repairs and protection to the building and original features. Design constraints particular to the site included: a steep gradient across the site, a finite amount of space for construction works and the location within a Conservation Area.

The site was successfully converted into seven spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments by City & Country in 2002 and it won a number of prestigious awards including:

  • The WhatHouse? Bronze Award for Best Renovation in 2002
  • The Evening Standard Award for Best New Apartment in 2002

The following is an extract from the judges report:

"Careful planning of the existing space has seen the creation of efficient layouts, which retain much of the original character and proportions of the rooms within the house. This is a gem, being the result of much thought, skill and innovation to renovate this building and bring it forward to create modern accommodation in a traditional setting."

Testimonial
"We have worked with City & Country on the important heritage project at Bentley Priory and have been impressed by their knowledge, commitment and enthusiasm"

Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive, The Prince's Regeneration Trust

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Angel's Courtyard, Colchester, Essex

Angels Courtyard is situated just off the High Street in Colchester, Essex CO1 1SP. Apartments are set around a landscaped courtyard with most enjoying...

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Gloucester Prison will be open to the public after City & Country, owner of the site, agreed plans that will see the former prison used temporarily as a visitor attraction.

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