Residential Development for 10 New Homes


Leverington, Cambridgeshire


Two superbly appointed dwellings to front The Chase in Wisbech, with the size, layout and accommodation reflecting the desire to provide good quality, modern living accommodation for the occupants and users of the dwelling.


Our client East Anglian Developments Ltd, came to us with a site area of 9169.2m2 of former garden land that was to be developed for dwellings. Two new dwellings of executive style will front The Chase, in Wisbech. Due to the ecological aspects in the area, careful consideration for nature was also highly considered.


Our team of eco design experts created ten dwellings that both fit the desires of modern living, whilst respecting biodiversity and arboricultural reports:   

  • windows are orientated to avoid overlooking 

  • ecological preservation with native hedgerows to create wildlife corridors and bat and owl boxes

  • intruder alarms fitted, along with approved locks to windows and doors

  • dusk to dawn sensor-controlled intruder lighting 

  • as much local materials as possible

  • solar panels, solar water heating, rainwater harvesting

  • cycle storage and bin recycling area in the rear gardens

The full story

A fantastic plot of land an area of 9169.2m2, which is a former garden/land to 55 The Chase, which has been demolished to make way for ten new dwellings to be constructed with the orientation of fronting the chase.

The site has had previous planning permission for 16 dwellings, however our client East  Anglian Developments Ltd will be reducing this number, allowing for ten executive dwellings to the front of the development and allows for enhanced environment and a higher quality development to be delivered.

Located in Leverington which is basically Wisbech as it is within a mile of the centre of Wisbech – which has a varied appearance for its buildings. Regardless of variety we wanted to create something that respects and reflects the two storey dwellings along The Chase and Peatling’s Lane without being overbearing to the bungalows along Christopher Drive.

Demonstrating the difference ecological and sustainable building design

To be truly sustainable we added solar panels, solar water heating, and rainwater harvesting. 

Another fantastic example of the quality and environmentally friendly nature of the property is the ecological finishes with native hedgerows to create wildlife corridors and bat and owl boxes. We wanted to make sure that the finished product was sympathetic to its rural location.   

Altogether, this project is a beautiful example of modern design that champions biodiversity.

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