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Pygott & Crone

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Featured in the March 2019 issue

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Parklands is a new Lincolnshire development marrying modern living with rural beauty.

The new 46.7-acre development in the village of Sudbrooke has taken its design inspiration from the surrounding historic woodland and the traditional village setting.

Developed by Jackson & Jackson Developments and designed by Stem Architects, The Parklands is located seven miles from Lincoln City centre and will be a new residential community of 155 individually designed homes incorporating luxury modern living within a relaxing, rural environment.

Work starts on The Parklands this month and the £30m development is on track for completion in 2020. Once complete, the development will feature an abundance of outdoor open spaces, woodland footpaths, a gastro pub/restaurant, communal gardens, allotments and an outdoor gym.

Respect for the woodland site was a driving force in the crafting of the design and it was imperative that the aesthetic of the development reflected a countryside community with easy access to picturesque walks and a beautiful natural environment.

Nigel Stevenson, director at Stem Architects, said: “The Parklands site is a scenic location and therefore this had to be the main driving force behind the design of the development.

“Jackson & Jackson are leaders in creating premium homes in highly desirable locations but above that, they give the time and investment needed to make the developments sympathetic to the surroundings, adding further lifestyle features to create a desirable setting.

“The inspiration for the design of the development came from the site itself. Preserving the woodland was at the heart of the scheme and therefore we worked to enhance the rural setting to create a community destination by adding walking trails and allotments, as well as a social hub, the gastro-pub, where the community can meet.

“A unique aspect of The Parklands is that we designed every house to be different, which is rare on a residential development of this size. It was essential that the design respected the surrounding woodlands by utilising a broad palette of materials to give individual identity to each property inspired by the eclectic mix of Lincolnshire’s rural vernacular.”

The Lincoln-based developer and architect have worked hard to create an authentic village which will respect and complement the setting. Housing options will include quaint thatched cottages and spacious family homes and in keeping with tradition, original British red telephone boxes will be positioned throughout The Parklands. These will be used to accommodate defibrillators.

To ensure consideration of wildlife and other landscape assets at the site the existing character, condition and ecological significance will be further enhanced by 200 new trees and the planting of over two hectares of compensation woodland. The landscape design will also feature 2km of new native and ornamental hedgerow and a biodiversity area of one hectare.

Dominik Jackson, director at Jackson & Jackson Developments, said: “As with all of our developments, we have a clear vision for The Parklands. It’s one thing to create a great home, but it’s key to create a desirable environment where people really want to live. We’ve worked hard for a very long time with Stem Architects to create a vibrant yet peaceful community in Sudbrooke that is in touch with its surroundings.

“The design of The Parklands aims to bring people together with spacious grassy areas for families to enjoy and a gastro pub/restaurant for social dining. The scenic woodland paths in the area are perfect for strolls and the smooth lakeside circuit path is ideal for running and cycling.

“We are proud of what we are bringing to life just a few miles outside of Lincoln city centre.”

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