Supply Chain

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
"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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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 now has the go ahead to convert the stunning Sundridge Park Mansion into 22 new residential apartments, after it successfully appealed two separate planning applications that...

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