We create better places. We bring together finance and expertise to plan, deliver and manage places that are well-crafted, enduring and sustainable. Places that provide much-needed new homes and complementary facilities in beautiful and resilient places. Places that bring transport, housing, open spaces and public services together. And that are built and run in ways that make it easier and more enjoyable to live pleasurable, healthy, active and environmentally sustainable lifestyles and that are fit for the extraordinary challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
We integrate principles from places of the past with new thinking to make places that stand the tests of time.
We work together with landowners, investors, government, communities, businesses, planners and designers to understand different perspectives, create partnerships and collectively solve problems and create humane, civilised places.
We ask 'how shall we live?' before we ask 'what shall we build?' We invest in the things that make neighbourhoods great places to live in, like schools, bus routes, allotments, play spaces and community centres as well as places to work and shop.
Beyond Green Developments is working with a consortium of landowners including the Beeston Estate, Norfolk County Council, the Alderman Norman Foundation and the Morley Agricultural Foundation to bring forward proposals for the development of a sustainable new community on land in Broadland district on the northern edge of Norwich. The area is part of the Old Catton, Sprowston, Rackheath and Thorpe St Andrew Growth Triangle, an area identified by the GNDP as having the potential to accommodate thousands of new jobs and homes over the next 20 years.
The landowner consortium comprises a number of charitable trusts. They – and we – are taking a long-term perspective and seeking to leave behind a positive legacy for local people.
Beyond Green has spent over two years talking to a wide range of local organisations and people including the local authorities, elected representatives, parish councils, the business community, charities and local interest groups to gain a thorough understanding of the area. Those discussions have informed the development of our proposals that will soon be submitted as an Outline Planning Application to Braodland Distrct Council.
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