Planned developments

Randalls Ride, Highfield, Hemel Hempstead

This development will form part of the regeneration of an existing housing and garage site in Hemel Hempstead. Planning permission has been agreed for 30 apartments, with a mix of one and two-bed accommodation and communal parking. The development will be completed in 2023.

Randalls Ride development

Wilstone village

Work has begun on a new scheme in Wilstone village, which will provide six two-bedroom and three-bedroom houses, including a fully compliant wheelchair house, all for social rent.

The homes are on underused Council-owned land and are designed to complement the surrounding properties. They will be energy efficient and feature photovoltaic panels, electric air source heat pump heating/hot water and increased insulation to the fabric above the current building regulation requirements. Each home will have an electric vehicle wall charger and a private parking bay. There will also be plenty of visitor bays within the development.

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Eastwick Row, Adeyfield, Hemel Hempstead

Planning permission has been obtained for 34 new homes to be let as social housing. The area surrounding the existing blocks will be redesigned to provide more parking spaces as well as creating well-lit paths. Construction has started on site, with work expected to be completed in winter 2023.

Eastwick Row development

Paradise Fields

We have acquired a large piece of land at Paradise Fields, St Albans Road, Hemel Hempstead from Homes England. The Paradise Fields development will accommodate new apartments, comprising 58 units, a mix of one and two-bed accommodation, communal parking and landscaped garden facilities. Planning permission has been granted, with work expected to start in summer 2022.

Paradise Fields - artist impression 

Paradise Depot

We're working on plans to redevelop the Paradise Depot site, off St Albans Road in Hemel Hempstead. It is proposed that the site - which currently contains the food bank, depot and offices run by local homeless charity DENS - will be redeveloped to accommodate 56 apartments, with a mix of one- and two-bedroom homes, and a new centre for DENS. A planning application has been submitted.

CGI image of Paradise development