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Haysom Ward Miller was appointed by the Stretham & Wilburton Community Land Trust to act as architects for a scheme which includes 50 new homes, new GP facilities, 3 new workspaces for small local businesses and around 6 acres of new public open space, bridleways and footpaths. Land is also designated for a new community hall.


Houses are arranged around a 'village green' and pond and building forms have been influenced by exisiting Stretham houses.


The design brief has developed out of a comprehensive community consultation process led by Community Spirit Partnership CIC, which Haysom Ward Miller developed into a scheme proposal.


At the pre-planning stage, the work completed won a CLT award for 'the Most Effective Partnership'.


Phases 1-3 are now complete and this has proved a popular development.

Photos by Richard Fraser

Stretham Phase IV

The fourth phase of the Community Land Trust development at Manor Farm, Stretham (add link to main page).  This phase brings the existing access road into the top of the site  in a loop to form a circular public park which becomes a shared amenity space and focal point for the new community of 25 new homes.

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