Environ was commissioned by a French Consortium to master plan and gain consent for a leisure development near Gaillac in the Tarn area in South West France. The scheme included housing based on the local vernacular; a state of the art spa; leisure centre; a restaurant and clubhouse. Future phases proposed lakeside houses and eco houses within the woodland. Environ had the option to develop the scheme but decided not to pursue in order to concentrate on the reviving UK market and the French consortium are now progressing independently based upon the Environ consent.
These homes next to the country park at Kings Hill were deliberately designed to be very traditional Kentish vernacular with typical Kentish planting to match. A wide range of house types were included in order to appeal to all age groups leading to an interesting diverse community which now has communal social events on the Green.
A scheme of 33 unique homes and luxury apartments adjacent to the championship golf course at Kings Hill. The modern homes scheme received a number of national awards including What House? gold awards for Best House and Best House Of The Future.
A scheme of 180 modern homes and luxury apartments, the first in the UK to be built to a “Super E” energy-efficient specification for sustainable living. The contemporary homes scheme won a host of national awards including the ultimate accolade of the “Building For Life Gold Award”.
A scheme of 19 luxury, modern homes on the site of a derelict boatyard at Conyer with fantastic views over a tidal landscape of national importance for birds. The development of contemporary homes has moorings for boats with tidal access to the Swale Estuary.
Stunning luxury home conversions of a stable, barn, dairy and granary to the rear of a Georgian grade 1 listed farmhouse and opposite the village church providing family homes with a “Grand Designs” wow factor, designed for lifestyle living.
Stonegate, sitting in the heart of the picturesque village of Wye, is a retirement scheme of 27 luxury homes and contemporary apartments set around two courtyards designed for lifestyle living. The development of modern homes on a former industrial site won the overall Greenleaf Award for the UK in 2001.
Fordwich Farm consists of five family homes to include a luxury, converted barn set within the heart of this ancient village on the river Stour upstream from Sandwich. The unique homes in a Kentish style integrate sensitively with their setting.