GREYSTOKE PORTFOLIO

Greystoke has a diverse portfolio of projects across the UK. Below is a selection of developments which illustrate our work:

+ residential (market, affordable and luxury)

+ commercial (business parks and retail) 

+ roadside (logistics and service areas)

+ later living (care homes and care villages)

+ renewable energy (solar)

 
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THE NORMANHURST ESTATE

Normanhurst is located in East Sussex, on the outskirts of the village Catsfield, approximately 90 minutes drive from London.

The site comprises of a mix of dense woodland, open grassland and freshwater lakes, providing a perfect opportunity for sensitive and design-led development.

TEWKESBURY GARDEN TOWN

Greystoke is promoting 320 acres of land as part of a new Garden Town at Ashchurch in Tewkesbury. The new community will provide over 11,000 homes and 91 ha of employment space.

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BURFORD, OXFORDSHIRE

Greystoke Land is promoting the development of a 140 unit care village on 18 acres of land near the center of Burford. 

WATERSTOCK, OXFORDSHIRE

Greystoke is promoting 200 acres of land adjacent to junction 8A of the M40 as a new logistics park, serving Oxford and the South East. 

KINGS LYNN, NORFOLK

Greystoke managed and financed an appeal in Kings Lynn for an urban extension of 600 dwellings. The application was called in by the Secretary of State and granted consent in July 2020.

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LEWKNOR, OXFORDSHIRE

Greystoke is promoting a roadside development including EV charging station, a bus stop, retail outlets and park and ride. The development is on 11.5 acres at junction 6 of the M40

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HENLEY, OXFORDSHIRE

Greystoke purchased a 6 acre brownfield site in Henley in 2020. In 2021 Greystoke secured permission for two large homes.

CREWE, CHESHIRE

In 2019 Greystoke secured planning permission for a new Aldi supermarket on 6.5 acres of land off University Way, Crewe. Members of Cheshire East Council’s Strategic Planning board voted nine to two in favour of the scheme.