Land west of London Road, St Ippolyts
Countryside Properties has submitted to North Hertfordshire District Council a planning application for 62 new homes and public open space on land to the west of London Road, Gosmore, within the Parish of St Ippolyts. This site is allocated for development in North Hertfordshire District Council’s emerging Local Plan 2011-2031.
This website has been set up to provide St Ippolyts residents, North Hertfordshire District Councillors and all interested parties with constant access to the latest information about our proposals for the land west of London Road, and will be regularly updated during the course of the planning process.
Take a look around the website to find out more.
An indicative image of the area of open space at the heart of the development, overlooked by new homes
Founded in 1958 by Alan Cherry, over the last 62 years Countryside has established a reputation for delivering high-quality housing developments across the South of England. With our in-house expertise in a range of disciplines including architecture, planning and engineering, we are able to create places of character and quality that set us apart from other housebuilders. All of Countryside’s developments and homes carry a signature style and character and are built by us to exacting standards, using the best materials.
Countryside’s Housebuilding division specialises in a range of developments, from sensitively planned schemes on the edge of villages right up to large urban extensions of 3,500 new homes plus associated community facilities. We develop our schemes with careful consideration to the site’s constraints and opportunities and its surroundings to ensure that a technically deliverable planning permission is achieved, as we build what we secure planning for.
Our proposals for St Ippolyts are being brought forward by Countryside’s Central region, based in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. Examples of completed Countryside schemes in Hertfordshire include ‘St Michael’s Hurst’ to the north of Bishop’s Stortford and ‘St Michael’s Mead’ to the south of Bishop’s Stortford.
Countryside homes at St Michael’s Hurst, north of Bishop’s Stortford
Countryside homes at St Michael’s Mead, south of Bishop’s Stortford