Clyst St Mary Homes Approved
LHC’s detailed architectural and landscape design for 80 homes at Clyst St Mary, Exeter on behalf of Cavanna Homes has been awarded planning approval. The development will consist of a mixture of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties in close proximity to the village centre, well positioned in relation to employment sites and facilities on the east side of Exeter.
The local countryside will be complimented by the good quality, low to medium quality density housing, set within the landscape alongside a village green and informal areas of public space and reflecting the characteristics of local housing. Valuable hedgerows and boundary trees will be retained and enhanced whilst a new pedestrian and cycle route will be created from the west of the site.
Langdon Hospital Site, Dawlish submitted
On behalf of developer Waddeton Park, we’re pleased to have submitted an outline application to bring forward a sustainable development of approx. 200 new homes, a 64 bed care home and employment buildings on the outskirts of Dawlish, delivering much needed open market and affordable housing for the town within a well-considered landscape strategy, as well as supporting local facilities within the DA2 North West Secmaton Lane Urban Extension.
St James’ Park Redevelopment submitted
LHC is part of the project team which has submitted a planning application for the partial redevelopment and improvement of St James Park, home of Exeter City FC. LHC has been responsible for an enabling development of approximately 320 student beds on land behind the Big Bank Stand and two adjoining pieces of land.