YPSW visit of Barratt Homes Hanham Hall development

The South West Young Planners are extremely pleased to provide you with a one off opportunity to visit Barratt Homes’ Hanham Hall development on 13 September 2013.

Hanham Hall is situated in Hanham, South Gloucestershire, five miles from Bristol and is one of the country’s most important zero carbon developments comprising of 185 homes.

Following a presentation from Barratt Homes’ Technical Director, David Bond, Barratt Homes’ Projects Manager, Phil Marshfield will provide a tour of the show homes, the original Hanham Hall which is a Grade II* Listed Building and extensive grounds, being on hand to provide insights into this groundbreaking development., the development is set in 12 acres of open space. The original Hanham Hall has been transformed as the centrepiece of this truly unique development.

Development Control case officer, Rob Nicholson from South Gloucestershire Council’s

Major Sites Team will also be on hand and provide an overview of the interesting planning history and challenges faced by such a trailblazing and ambitious project.

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Should you wish to attend this site visit please register and secure your place by emailing ypsouthwest@gmail.com.

Through the kind support of Beach Baker, the South West Young Planners Steering Group are also able to provide free transport to the site from central Bristol. When emailing please indicate if you wish to reserve a place on the bus. The bus will leave central Bristol at around 1.15pm and we would expect to be back at around 5.30pm.

This is a fantastic, interesting and free event with limited availability – we therefore please ask that you only secure a place if you are able to attend. Events like these, where people are giving their time freely to support your professional development, can only be run if people commit to attending them.
We look forward to seeing you at this interesting study tour.

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