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Past Development:
 
  • Past Development

INTRODUCTION

St. Margaretsbury House was believed to have been built circa 1760 as a rectory mansion with latter alterations and addition by Ernest Newton in 1890. The house was noted for Newton's quality features, most of which still existed.

In 1943 the house was bought by the Hertfordshire County Council and remained in its ownership until 1993 when it was acquired by City & Country.

The main house and outbuildings were meticulously restored and converted into 5 new homes, three within the main house and two within the stables/outbuildings. The development was 'Winner of the East Hertfordshire Rural Design Award' in 1994.

Testimonial
"We have enjoyed working alongside City & Country on the King Edward VII Hospital project. Their appreciation of craftsmanship and attention to detail in the preservation and restoration of historical buildings illustrates the passion and pride they take in their work and makes them an excellent developer and contractor to partner with."

Michael Squire, Senior Partner, Squire and Partners

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The Iron Foundry at The General, Bristol

The Iron Foundry forms part of the popular redevelopment of The General, the former Bristol hospital, and is ideally located adjacent to Bathurst Basin...

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Sam Bampton has recently graduated from City & Country’s Graduate Trainee Programme and has now been promoted at the award-winning company within the Planning department.

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