Roussillon Barracks, Chichester, Sussex

This development of 252 residential dwellings in a mix of 2 and 3 storey houses and apartments at the former Rousillon Army Barracks site in Chichester, West Sussex has been delivered over 5 main phases of work.  Acheson has been the preferred contractor for developer ZeroC Holdings and worked closely with the developer on project costs during the detailed planning submission phase, advising on design, build-ability issues, value engineering and life cycle costing.

The initial phase of work included a significant demolition works package.  Acheson took full control of these works having responsibility for pre-commencement planning condition discharge and liaison with specialist consultants including archaeologist, ecologist and arboriculturist.

All properties on the development were built to meet the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, Lifetime Homes and Secured by Design standards.  The development incorporates sustainable and renewable technologies including bio-mass district heating, photovoltaics and rainwater harvesting as well as high levels of insulation.

Category: Private Residential


Location Chichester, Sussex
Client ZeroC Holdings
Architect PWP Architects
Contract Value £35m

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