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The Greenhills

Coalville, Leicestershire

David Wilson Homes

79 new homes

David Wilson Homes

Located on the outskirts of Coalville, this development embraces its natural surroundings and incorporates the local architectural style into the design.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

The site is located on the eastern edge of Coalville in Leicestershire

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

The site is located on the eastern edge of Coalville in Leicestershire

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Aerial View of Site

The site consists of three green fields on the eastern edge of Coalville in Leicestershire.

The central and southern field will developed with a range of 2-5 bedroom homes, car parking and open space. The northern field is to be retained as a proposed Wildlife Site due to the presence of special grass lands. The northern field will also have a balancing lagoon for the storm water from the development alongside a new pedestrian link to the north west of the site.

The masterplan scheme is designed to sit back from the main road and use the existing and new landscaping to reinforce its natural setting.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Aerial View of Site

The site consists of three green fields on the eastern edge of Coalville in Leicestershire.

The central and southern field will developed with a range of 2-5 bedroom homes, car parking and open space. The northern field is to be retained as a proposed Wildlife Site due to the presence of special grass lands. The northern field will also have a balancing lagoon for the storm water from the development alongside a new pedestrian link to the north west of the site.

The masterplan scheme is designed to sit back from the main road and use the existing and new landscaping to reinforce its natural setting.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Image illustrating the context of the development

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Image illustrating the context of the development

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Entrance to Site

The housing is set back from the main road which provides a large area of open space as users enter the site. Existing and new trees reinforce the green setting of the site.

A mix of housing types and elevational features are used on the front plots, including a duck-egg-blue rendered house which will become a landmark building to the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Entrance to Site

The housing is set back from the main road which provides a large area of open space as users enter the site. Existing and new trees reinforce the green setting of the site.

A mix of housing types and elevational features are used on the front plots, including a duck-egg-blue rendered house which will become a landmark building to the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Mixed Use of Housing Types

The housing is set back from the main road which provides a large area of open space as users enter the site. Existing and new trees reinforce the green setting of the site.

A mix of housing types and elevational features are used on the front plots, including a duck-egg-blue rendered house which will become a landmark building to the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Mixed Use of Housing Types

The housing is set back from the main road which provides a large area of open space as users enter the site. Existing and new trees reinforce the green setting of the site.

A mix of housing types and elevational features are used on the front plots, including a duck-egg-blue rendered house which will become a landmark building to the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The housing is set back from the main road which provides a large area of open space as users enter the site. Existing and new trees reinforce the green setting of the site.

A mix of housing types and elevational features are used on the front plots, including a duck-egg-blue rendered house which will become a landmark building to the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The housing is set back from the main road which provides a large area of open space as users enter the site. Existing and new trees reinforce the green setting of the site.

A mix of housing types and elevational features are used on the front plots, including a duck-egg-blue rendered house which will become a landmark building to the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

2km pedestrian walking plan

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

2km pedestrian walking plan

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

A new footpath through the northern field provides a connection to the local Schools

Footpaths have been located throughout the scheme to help the development to connect into the local area.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

A new footpath through the northern field provides a connection to the local Schools

Footpaths have been located throughout the scheme to help the development to connect into the local area.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Footpath connections are well placed to encourage residents to access local facilities

Footpaths have been located throughout the scheme to help the development to connect into the local area.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Footpath connections are well placed to encourage residents to access local facilities

Footpaths have been located throughout the scheme to help the development to connect into the local area.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Current bus routes for local area lie close to the site and are easily accessible

Public transport is easily accessible from the site.

Good pedestrian footpath links within the site encourages people to use public transport rather than cars.

Green travel plans will be requested by the Planning Authority if deemed to be required.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Current bus routes for local area lie close to the site and are easily accessible

Public transport is easily accessible from the site.

Good pedestrian footpath links within the site encourages people to use public transport rather than cars.

Green travel plans will be requested by the Planning Authority if deemed to be required.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

The site is well connected to the local infrastructure through public transport links

Public transport is easily accessible from the site.

Good pedestrian footpath links within the site encourages people to use public transport rather than cars.

Green travel plans will be requested by the Planning Authority if deemed to be required.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

The site is well connected to the local infrastructure through public transport links

Public transport is easily accessible from the site.

Good pedestrian footpath links within the site encourages people to use public transport rather than cars.

Green travel plans will be requested by the Planning Authority if deemed to be required.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

A trodden path has been planned around the site to encourage resident walking, whilst also creating a pleasant landscape

Good pedestrian links throughout the development encourages people to walk and utilise public transport.

High quality landscaping and well defined streets make walking through the scheme more pleasurable and reinforce the natural surroundings of the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

A trodden path has been planned around the site to encourage resident walking, whilst also creating a pleasant landscape

Good pedestrian links throughout the development encourages people to walk and utilise public transport.

High quality landscaping and well defined streets make walking through the scheme more pleasurable and reinforce the natural surroundings of the scheme.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The scheme does not include any Affordable Housing based on viability purposes due to the offsite need for significant transport infrastructure contributions.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The scheme does not include any Affordable Housing based on viability purposes due to the offsite need for significant transport infrastructure contributions.

Creating a Place

5. Character

A country style has been developed with a strong relationship between homes and the surrounding landscape

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

A country style has been developed with a strong relationship between homes and the surrounding landscape

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Detached housing

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Detached housing

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Distictive urban quarters which are different to the rest of the development

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Distictive urban quarters which are different to the rest of the development

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Use of Duck Egg Blue homes to created landmark buildings

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Use of Duck Egg Blue homes to created landmark buildings

The layout creates different character areas through the form, density and composition of dwellings and elevational enhancements.

Keynote buildings will be located within the site which stand out through their appearance, this will include a duck-egg-blue render which will catch the eye and be memorable within the scheme.

A key feature area is created by a block of housetypes which are located at the end of a length of the main spine road and therefore creates a visual anchor within the scheme.

The landscaping to the scheme will be integral to the overall character, this will include the retention of existing trees and the addition of further planting.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Vernacular style of local housing

Creating a Place

5. Character

Vernacular style of local housing

Creating a Place

5. Character

The use of porches, village doors and stone walls to help intergrate the development into the local area

Creating a Place

5. Character

The use of porches, village doors and stone walls to help intergrate the development into the local area

Creating a Place

5. Character

Various Housing Types (Example of Built Product)

Creating a Place

5. Character

Various Housing Types (Example of Built Product)

Creating a Place

5. Character

Street Scence Highlighting how Trees have been used to Offset Homes

The strategy for both the hard and soft landscaping is to reinforce the Charnwood forest setting within the scheme. This will be achieved by retaining the existing stone wall to the front of the site, along with the retention of as many of the existing trees and hedgerows as possible. The addition of a new dwarf stone wall to the front of the site and additional soft landscaping to create a buffer around the whole site is included in the propasals.

Changes in surface materials and properties located at key junctions within the scheme will provide opportunities to create feature areas and enhance the character of the scheme.

The existing landscaping along the boundaries of the site and within the site create natural landmarks.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Street Scence Highlighting how Trees have been used to Offset Homes

The strategy for both the hard and soft landscaping is to reinforce the Charnwood forest setting within the scheme. This will be achieved by retaining the existing stone wall to the front of the site, along with the retention of as many of the existing trees and hedgerows as possible. The addition of a new dwarf stone wall to the front of the site and additional soft landscaping to create a buffer around the whole site is included in the propasals.

Changes in surface materials and properties located at key junctions within the scheme will provide opportunities to create feature areas and enhance the character of the scheme.

The existing landscaping along the boundaries of the site and within the site create natural landmarks.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Trees Surrounding the Site have been used to act as a Buffer to the Site

The strategy for both the hard and soft landscaping is to reinforce the Charnwood forest setting within the scheme. This will be achieved by retaining the existing stone wall to the front of the site, along with the retention of as many of the existing trees and hedgerows as possible. The addition of a new dwarf stone wall to the front of the site and additional soft landscaping to create a buffer around the whole site is included in the propasals.

Changes in surface materials and properties located at key junctions within the scheme will provide opportunities to create feature areas and enhance the character of the scheme.

The existing landscaping along the boundaries of the site and within the site create natural landmarks.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Trees Surrounding the Site have been used to act as a Buffer to the Site

The strategy for both the hard and soft landscaping is to reinforce the Charnwood forest setting within the scheme. This will be achieved by retaining the existing stone wall to the front of the site, along with the retention of as many of the existing trees and hedgerows as possible. The addition of a new dwarf stone wall to the front of the site and additional soft landscaping to create a buffer around the whole site is included in the propasals.

Changes in surface materials and properties located at key junctions within the scheme will provide opportunities to create feature areas and enhance the character of the scheme.

The existing landscaping along the boundaries of the site and within the site create natural landmarks.

Creating a Place

5. Character

New Stone Walls will be Built to Match with the Local Area

The strategy for both the hard and soft landscaping is to reinforce the Charnwood forest setting within the scheme. This will be achieved by retaining the existing stone wall to the front of the site, along with the retention of as many of the existing trees and hedgerows as possible. The addition of a new dwarf stone wall to the front of the site and additional soft landscaping to create a buffer around the whole site is included in the propasals.

Changes in surface materials and properties located at key junctions within the scheme will provide opportunities to create feature areas and enhance the character of the scheme.

The existing landscaping along the boundaries of the site and within the site create natural landmarks.

Creating a Place

5. Character

New Stone Walls will be Built to Match with the Local Area

The strategy for both the hard and soft landscaping is to reinforce the Charnwood forest setting within the scheme. This will be achieved by retaining the existing stone wall to the front of the site, along with the retention of as many of the existing trees and hedgerows as possible. The addition of a new dwarf stone wall to the front of the site and additional soft landscaping to create a buffer around the whole site is included in the propasals.

Changes in surface materials and properties located at key junctions within the scheme will provide opportunities to create feature areas and enhance the character of the scheme.

The existing landscaping along the boundaries of the site and within the site create natural landmarks.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Block pathing found in the feature square

Local suppliers will be used to provide materials for the site. The creation of new stone walls, and the restoration of existing stone walls are pivotal to the design strategy of the site.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Block pathing found in the feature square

Local suppliers will be used to provide materials for the site. The creation of new stone walls, and the restoration of existing stone walls are pivotal to the design strategy of the site.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Retained Stone Wall

Local suppliers will be used to provide materials for the site. The creation of new stone walls, and the restoration of existing stone walls are pivotal to the design strategy of the site.

Creating a Place

5. Character

Retained Stone Wall

Local suppliers will be used to provide materials for the site. The creation of new stone walls, and the restoration of existing stone walls are pivotal to the design strategy of the site.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Views have been carefully considered with the majority of homes looking onto the existing landscape

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Views have been carefully considered with the majority of homes looking onto the existing landscape

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Retained Stone Wall

The existing stone wall that runs adjacent to Greenhill Road within the site, will be retained. With the addition of a propsed Wildlife Site on the other end of the development.

The retention of the northerm field as a proposed wildlife site creates a natural outlook for the northern properties.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Retained Stone Wall

The existing stone wall that runs adjacent to Greenhill Road within the site, will be retained. With the addition of a propsed Wildlife Site on the other end of the development.

The retention of the northerm field as a proposed wildlife site creates a natural outlook for the northern properties.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

A Large Wildlife Site will be created on the Site

The existing stone wall that runs adjacent to Greenhill Road within the site, will be retained. With the addition of a propsed Wildlife Site on the other end of the development.

The retention of the northerm field as a proposed wildlife site creates a natural outlook for the northern properties.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

A Large Wildlife Site will be created on the Site

The existing stone wall that runs adjacent to Greenhill Road within the site, will be retained. With the addition of a propsed Wildlife Site on the other end of the development.

The retention of the northerm field as a proposed wildlife site creates a natural outlook for the northern properties.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing stone wall that runs adjacent to Greenhill Road within the site, will be retained. With the addition of a propsed Wildlife Site on the other end of the development.

The retention of the northerm field as a proposed wildlife site creates a natural outlook for the northern properties.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing stone wall that runs adjacent to Greenhill Road within the site, will be retained. With the addition of a propsed Wildlife Site on the other end of the development.

The retention of the northerm field as a proposed wildlife site creates a natural outlook for the northern properties.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Existing vegetaion

As much existing vegetation will be retained as possible. This will maintain a preexsiting buffer between the site and surrounding area.

Additional vegetation will be used to improve the buffer between the development and previous housing.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Existing vegetaion

As much existing vegetation will be retained as possible. This will maintain a preexsiting buffer between the site and surrounding area.

Additional vegetation will be used to improve the buffer between the development and previous housing.

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

The adjacent streetscences show the relationship between the houses and the road network.

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

The adjacent streetscences show the relationship between the houses and the road network.

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Shared driveways off the main adoptable road networks are narrower

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Shared driveways off the main adoptable road networks are narrower

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Properties at corners are dual elevated to provide security over the streets and a visual consistency.

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Properties at corners are dual elevated to provide security over the streets and a visual consistency.

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect to a number of properties around the site.

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect to a number of properties around the site.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Single Entrance

The use of a single entrance helps guide traffic and people through the development into the urban area. Clearly defined and thought out pathways throughout the developments helps guide people easily through the site.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Single Entrance

The use of a single entrance helps guide traffic and people through the development into the urban area. Clearly defined and thought out pathways throughout the developments helps guide people easily through the site.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Trees have been used to create landmarks and focal point in different areas of the development.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Trees have been used to create landmarks and focal point in different areas of the development.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Homes and vegetaion have been used at the end of streets to create attractive street scenes

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Homes and vegetaion have been used at the end of streets to create attractive street scenes

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9. Streets for all

Pinch points are used to slow down vehicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Pinch points are used to slow down vehicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Speed ramps, pinch points and differing road surface height and material have been used to slow down traffic.

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9. Streets for all

Speed ramps, pinch points and differing road surface height and material have been used to slow down traffic.

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9. Streets for all

The creation of a traffic free path

Segregated pedestrian links and focal points have been designed to create safer traffic speeds.

Traffic free path around the site has been created to allow safe passage around the development. Whilst also creating a more pleasant route around the development

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9. Streets for all

The creation of a traffic free path

Segregated pedestrian links and focal points have been designed to create safer traffic speeds.

Traffic free path around the site has been created to allow safe passage around the development. Whilst also creating a more pleasant route around the development

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9. Streets for all

The development has been created so that surveliance of all open spaces and roads is maintained by homes throughout the scheme

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9. Streets for all

The development has been created so that surveliance of all open spaces and roads is maintained by homes throughout the scheme

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9. Streets for all

Parking for Flats in the Scheme

Every house in the scheme has been designed to have at least two parking spaces, with every flat having one in addition to a garage.

A range of parking treatments has been throughout the scheme which includes parking spaces, driveway parking- both for individual plots or shared- and a small amount of courtyard parking.

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9. Streets for all

Parking for Flats in the Scheme

Every house in the scheme has been designed to have at least two parking spaces, with every flat having one in addition to a garage.

A range of parking treatments has been throughout the scheme which includes parking spaces, driveway parking- both for individual plots or shared- and a small amount of courtyard parking.

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9. Streets for all

Private Housing Parking Area

Every house in the scheme has been designed to have at least two parking spaces, with every flat having one in addition to a garage.

A range of parking treatments has been throughout the scheme which includes parking spaces, driveway parking- both for individual plots or shared- and a small amount of courtyard parking.

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9. Streets for all

Private Housing Parking Area

Every house in the scheme has been designed to have at least two parking spaces, with every flat having one in addition to a garage.

A range of parking treatments has been throughout the scheme which includes parking spaces, driveway parking- both for individual plots or shared- and a small amount of courtyard parking.

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10. Car parking

Parking provided at the front of properties

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10. Car parking

Parking provided at the front of properties

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11. Public and private spaces

Shared paths into the site have been used to help intergrate the scheme into the local environment.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

Shared paths into the site have been used to help intergrate the scheme into the local environment.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

There is a large open space provided at the front of the scheme. This will provide an area for dog walkers, and informal play.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

There is a large open space provided at the front of the scheme. This will provide an area for dog walkers, and informal play.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

A path has been designed to connect to the local school. This will improve connection around the local area.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

A path has been designed to connect to the local school. This will improve connection around the local area.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

Communal parking is provided for some of the properties.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

Communal parking is provided for some of the properties.

All public open spaces are well looked over from the properties on the site and shown that they are not part residents ownership through the use of boundary treatments to define the area.

The open spaces to the front of the site are distinguished by the proposed stone wall.

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11. Public and private spaces

Fencing and Trees have been used Throughout the Development to Seperate Boundaries Between Private and Public Spaces

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11. Public and private spaces

Fencing and Trees have been used Throughout the Development to Seperate Boundaries Between Private and Public Spaces

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11. Public and private spaces

Footpaths and hedges have been used to Seperate Private and Public Boundaries

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11. Public and private spaces

Footpaths and hedges have been used to Seperate Private and Public Boundaries

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11. Public and private spaces

Use of dwarf stone walls have been used at points around the site

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11. Public and private spaces

Use of dwarf stone walls have been used at points around the site

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12. External storage and amenity space

Bin Collection Point

Common bin collection points have been provided to allow for easy storage and collection. Adequate discrete space has been implemeted in the rear garden space for up to the requiremnts of the local council.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Bin Collection Point

Common bin collection points have been provided to allow for easy storage and collection. Adequate discrete space has been implemeted in the rear garden space for up to the requiremnts of the local council.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Example of a Bin Collection Point

Common bin collection points have been provided to allow for easy storage and collection. Adequate discrete space has been implemeted in the rear garden space for up to the requiremnts of the local council.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Example of a Bin Collection Point

Common bin collection points have been provided to allow for easy storage and collection. Adequate discrete space has been implemeted in the rear garden space for up to the requiremnts of the local council.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Bin Collection Point

Common bin collection points have been provided to allow for easy storage and collection. Adequate discrete space has been implemeted in the rear garden space for up to the requiremnts of the local council.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Bin Collection Point

Common bin collection points have been provided to allow for easy storage and collection. Adequate discrete space has been implemeted in the rear garden space for up to the requiremnts of the local council.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Cycle Storage Area

The garages provided within the scheme are not counted as parking spaces and therefore provide additional external storage space for bicycles and larger items.

Example of single garge illustrated.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Cycle Storage Area

The garages provided within the scheme are not counted as parking spaces and therefore provide additional external storage space for bicycles and larger items.

Example of single garge illustrated.

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