2018 Christmas Card
A range of our buildings providing affordable housing
1. Nansledan, Newquay, Cornwall. A mixed use, sustainable extension to Newquay with a total of 3,750 homes on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. Designed by Hugh Petter.
2. & 9. Woodstock, Oxfordshire. An urban extension with 300 homes near to the World Heritage Site of Blenheim Palace. Selected buildings designed by Hugh Petter.
3. Tregunnel Hill, Newquay, Cornwall. An award winning urban infill scheme close to Newquay with 174 homes and commercial space, on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. Selected buildings designed by Hugh Petter.
4., 8. & 10. Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset. Built on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, Poundbury lies on the outskirts of Dorchester and is built to a traditional high urban density. Selected buildings designed by George Saumarez Smith.
5. Trent Park, North London. A mixed-use development with a primary residential focus providing 262 dwellings plus community space. Designed by Nigel Anderson & Robbie Kerr.
6. Holburne Park, Landsdown, Bath. A new development of 204 homes within the city’s World Heritage Site boundaries, adopting a traditional approach to the design and materials, adding something new to the classical legacy of Bath. Designed by Robert Adam.
7. Fortescue Fields, Norton St Philip, Somerset. A village extension with 57 homes including family homes, apartments and later-living units, plus a new shop and commercial space, all individually designed to add to the character of the area. Designed by Robert Adam.
Illustration by Chris Draper