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Supply Chain

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Past Development:
 
  • Past Development

INTRODUCTION

Within the grounds of a Listed 18th Century Country House, City & Country built a collection of new homes sympathetically designed in keeping with the existing architecture of the site.

The development consisted of two Lodges, an Orangery, a Stable Mews block and a Coach House, providing 21 new homes in all.

The development, including Russells House, was the Winner of ‘Best New Development’ Award in the Evening Standard Awards 2000 and won a Bronze Award for ‘Best Development’, in the What House? Awards 2000.

Testimonial
"The key I think to finding a successful use for historic buildings is to combine pragmatism with imagination, and to support that process with expertise and sensitivity. The success which City & Country has brought to some very difficult buildings shows that their approach is not, like other developers to push for a one-size-fits-all solution, but to tailor their work in a way which retains all the character of those buildings while respecting the built heritage."

Dr Lee Proseer, Curator (Historic Buildings), Kensington Palace and Kew Palace

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The General, Bristol

The General, located in BS1 a short walk from Bristol city centre and Temple Meads Station, offers both stylish converted character homes in the original...

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City & Country has a rare opportunity for house hunters to own the historic Grade II listed lodge house at King Edward VII Estate.

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