The Manor

Kings Hill | Kent

The Manor consists of six mansion flats and four cottages attached as wings. It sits at the head of a formal avenue with landscaped gardens. The Manor was designed to accommodate downsizers and proved to be exact in terms of the target market. The scheme very much proved the demand for retirement product with a generous space standard and specification.

Keepers Court

Kings Hill | Kent

Keeper’s Court consists of 8 houses designed to be very green and low maintenance. The construction utilised factory made Structural Insulated Panels giving rise to cosy, light and open plan accommodation with flexible space provided by full height sliding doors hidden within the walls. The homes had large areas of glass taking full advantage of views of the “fitted gardens” designed to have interest throughout the year.

Lusty Glaze

Newquay | Cornwall

Lusty Glaze is another scheme designed by Andy Ramus. The scheme consists of four houses sitting a few metres away from the edge of the cliff to the north of Newquay. The houses have now been completed and enjoy wonderful sea views with sunsets over the water and with direct access to the sandy bay below favoured by surfers.


North Devon Coast

The scheme consisting of 6 apartments was designed by AR Studios with the site having panoramic views towards Lundy Island on the North Devon coast. Detailed planning consent was obtained but Environ did not develop the scheme due to market conditions at the time. This is a matter of regret as we believe that the development would have been stunning.

Stuart Court


Stuart Court at Minchinhampton is an extension to an existing English Courtyard retirement development. The scheme is the first scheme designed by Environ based upon Lifetime Homes principles and allowing a lift to be installed. The homes are built of mellow Cotswold stone that contrasts with the striking glazing that floods daylight into the houses.

La Durantie


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.


Kings Hill | Kent

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.

Kings Hill Park

Kings Hill | Kent

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.


Kings Hill | Kent

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”.

Conyer Quay

Sittingbourne | Kent

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.

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