Masterplanning and Urban Design services in connection with the design of various phases of the Great Denham urban extension area, totalling 1,112 dwellings.
We have carried out a number of detailed reserved matters applications for a number of phases of the Great Denham urban extension area, covering numerous sites and for various clients
Together with West of Kempston, Great Denham (formerly known as land at Biddenham Loop) is part of a dedicated area of urban extension to the west of Bedford and is now a Parish in its own right.
The combined sites will provide for up to 2760 dwellings and 7722 square metres of employment space. Also included in this comprehensive urban extension is the provision of a country park, open space, playing fields, footpaths/cycle routes, district centres, social housing, schools, sports/community facilities and the provision of a park and ride from the Great Denham site.
By working closely with the Planning Authority, through a detailed series of pre-planning and public consultations, our design solutions were developed with a strong urban design led approach.
The new homes are a mix of size and type, available for rent, shared ownership and market sale, to suit the varied housing needs of the area.
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