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Fantastic response to Bircherley Green exhibition

A huge thank you to everyone that made it to our public exhibition on Wednesday 27th November. It was fantastic to have such a positive response to our event. Please see link to our proposal slides: Bircherley Green Proposals Please note the Bircherley Green proposals are towards the end. A special thank you as well […]

The Broxbourne School set for complete redevelopment

Chase New Homes and the Mid Group are pleased to announce the construction of a brand-new school and 153 much needed new homes in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. The Broxbourne School is set to be completely rebuilt, with state-of-the-art new facilities and is planned to open in September 2021. The deal for the provision of the new […]

Chase reveals designs for Bircherley Green

Chase New Homes is delighted to announce the acquisition of the former Bircherley Green Shopping Centre in Hertford. We are excited to have the opportunity to regenerate this important site. Chase is committed to submitting a planning application to the Council before Christmas to ensure that re-development commences as early as possible in 2020. Our […]

Planning application submitted for up to 100 homes at the former Friends School

Chase New Homes has now submitted its planning application at the former Friends School.  In addition to housing the scheme will provide an extensive range of community facilities, including new swimming pool changing-room facilities, upgrade and re-provision of the existing swimming pool, artificial grass pitches, a new two-storey sports pavilion, a forest school, multi-use games […]

Permission achieved for details of 153 new-build properties in Broxbourne

We are delighted to announce that planning permission has been gained for full details of 153 new-build properties on The Broxbourne School site.  A Special Meeting of the Planning & Regulatory Committee was convened in July to consider our housing proposals and also small changes to the school.  We are delighted that the committee voted […]