Acheson negotiated this design and build contract with our client Perbury Developments. Following an extended period of public consultation and a lengthy planning process Perbury were finally granted permission to build a new village setting development of 39 houses and cottages at Morley's Green, Ampfield.
The development which included 12 affordable dwellings was built in traditional construction and incorporated a number of key architectural design features including working flues and chimneys, bay windows, porches, dentil cornice eaves and brick and stone window dressings.
Due to the green field nature of the site the development included extensive infrastructure works including a package treatment plant serving all 39 dwellings which discharges to a balancing pond with an overflow piped to an open watercourse. The development included a new access roadway and service infrastructure including an on-site substation.
The Section 106 contribution for the scheme required the developer to extend the existing Ampfield Village Hall as well as provide various village greens and open spaces together with an allotment for local Parishioners. These works were incorporated within the contract and undertaken during the overall programme of works.
We continue to strengthen our working relationship with Perbury Developments with several exciting residential and commercial development schemes.
Category: Private Residential
|Architect||Relph Ross Partnership|