Pease Pottage is a new community comprising of 619 homes. It marks a significant milestone in the development of infrastructure-led communities within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With a large portion of the scheme now completed, a thriving, brand-new community has come to life with the introduction of the community hub featuring a shop, café, pub and sustainable transport options.
Places for people & wildlife
Sustainable homes, strong communities
We deliver sustainable, infrastructure-led communities and is an industry leader on biodiversity and the environment.
We ensure our landscape-led development proposals integrate well with the local setting and have a benefit for local wildlife. We ensure that existing trees and hedgerows are retained wherever possible and plant new trees and shrubs in new green spaces.
In addition, our award-winning biodiversity educational programme, Eddie and Ellie in a local school. Helping future generations understand more about the natural environment.
Our design philosophy sees homes fronting onto green open spaces, and integrating with the surrounding landscape and benefit local wildlife.
By providing bird and bat boxes on homes, retaining the most ecologically sensitive areas, and new areas of planting, we will deliver at least 10% net gain in biodiversity, including supporting a nationally recognized landscape-scale recovery project.
Our latest biodiversity addition, the Meadow Maze, enhances the existing open green space and highlights the importance of connecting people to nature,
We are a Sussex-based developer employing over 250 people and several hundred additional local subcontractors throughout the south of England. We deliver sustainable, infrastructure-led communities and is an industry leader on biodiversity and the environment.
In 2022, we were confirmed as the ‘Best Construction & Engineering Company to Work For’ in the UK and have been recognised for our work with young people and veterans. Very recently, we were recognised in the prestigious ‘Best Places to Work 2023’ guide by The Sunday Times.