Scotland Park
Haslemere, Surrey

Scotland Park, Haslemere, Surrey
Scotland Park, Haslemere, Surrey
Scotland Park, Haslemere, Surrey
Scotland Park, Haslemere, Surrey

Scotland Park is a new development  with sustainability, enhancing biodiversity, and placemaking at its heart. It will provide a range of housing types, sizes and tenures aimed at meeting specific local needs, including affordable housing, whilst promoting and supporting a diverse, inclusive, and sustainable community connected to its landscape and the wider countryside. The site is within an Area of Great Landscape Value (AGLV) and adjacent to the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).  The design for Scotland Park, informed by the local character of Haslemere and the surrounding small towns and villages, respects the local built environment heritage and landscape characteristics. Also, by working to the best practice principles of ‘Placemaking’, the design for Haslemere will create a beautiful, distinctive, and enduring place rooted to the established character of the surrounding region, where people want to live, work and visit.  Of the 50 homes consented in Phase 1, following an appeal to the Planning Inspectorate at the end of 2021, 15 will provide much needed affordable houses within walking distance to the town, and their provision is assured, as will the overall build quality of the scheme via covenants provided by the delivery partner.




Client: Redwood (Southwest) Ltd
Architect: ADAM Architecture, Nigel Anderson and Andrew Moneyheffer
Master planner: ADAM Architecture
Agent: Jason Leete, Peter Leete & Partners
Landscape Architects: Sightline
Planning consultant:  Savills
Movement:  Vision
Transport:  Planning Ltd
Heritage: Montagu Evans
Sustainability: David Strong Consulting Ltd
Ecology: Engain
Site size: 5.18 hectares
Start on site date: Late 2022/Early 2023
Completion date: Late 2023/Early 2024




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