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

The multiple award-winning, The Galleries is a Grade II listed former Lunatic Asylum located in the bustling town of Brentwood in Essex. When City & Country purchased the site from the NHS, the land surrounding the hospital had already been sold and developed; the listed building was abandoned without a viable use to sustain it and was in a very dilapidated state.

In total City & Country delivered 246 residential units, a mixture of conversion and sensitive new build, two large underground car parks and implemented an extensive landscaping scheme to breathe new life into this once very grim and run down heritage asset. 

 

LOCATION

  • The GalleriesPastoral WayBrentwoodCM14 5GF

BEFORE & AFTER

VIDEO

The Galleries, Brentwood an exclusive collection of converted and new build apartments.

Testimonial
"For the Trust, it has taken five long years to reach this point but we are now delighted to be working alongside City & Country to make our vision a reality. Bentley Priory is an iconic building in three respects: it is an architectural masterpiece; a symbol of the Nation’s social history; and, it was Dowding’s headquarters during the Battle of Britain. While victory at Trafalgar saved England, victory in the Battle of Britain saved the world. City & Country..."

Air Chief Marshall Sir Brian Burridge, Chairman, Bentley Priory Battle of Britain 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...

VIEW DEVELOPMENT

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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