We believe passionately in protecting, enhancing and improving the access to
facilities and infrastructure that inspires more people to play sport, pursue healthier lifestyles and increase social cohesion.
We are a leader in building places to play.
Participation in sport and physical activity adds over £39bn to the UK economy each year and half of this comes from individuals’ involvement in grassroots sport. The education sector is a key provider of sports facilities in England, with almost 40% of all sports facilities located on school, college or university properties. 61% of all synthetic grass pitches in the UK can be found within educational sites.
With good forward planning, a new sports facility can become a valuable asset with far reaching benefits within the community and open up new revenue streams.
Following the Government's National Planning Policy Framework and inline with Sport England's strategy to maximise sporting and physical activity opportunities, we will play a central role in the preparation, submission and implementation of planning applications for development.
This process will also include working with local authority officers and councillors, planning inspectors, developers and consultants through to neighbourhood forums, public health leads, community groups, sports clubs and organisations.
With significant financial resources, combined with the experience and expertise to assemble land, secure planning and build the infrastructure required, we are at the forefront of facilitating the much-needed access, improvement and enhancement of sporting and leisure facilities in the UK.
The enhancement and improvement of sporting provision for Ranelagh School in Bracknell, Berkshire.
Transforming the playing fields into an elite-grade sporting campus with multiple football pitches benefiting over 900 school pupils, 400 aspiring young players and accommodating a new international football academy.
Understanding the technical aspects of the site, its planning potential and ambition to ensure maximum value.
Engaging local planning authority, relevant community groups, Sport England and statutory consultees.
Development of the formal application along with supporting documents, plans and impact on the local community.
Manage the public consultation with the local planning authority and assessment of any conditions or obligations.
We offer a range of agreements, from freehold purchase, option agreement, corporate acquisition or joint venture.
Ensuring the master plans is created, developed and infrastructure ambition is realised in full for all parties.
Whittington Land and New Homes, Robins Nest, Larges Lane, Bracknell, Berkshire, England, RG12 9AN
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