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Buntingford West is 20 hectares of greenfield land flagged for 400 homes by Vistry Group (Bovis Homes).  We act as Development Co-ordinator and two planning refusals have been received in 2017 and 2018. An appeal was withdrawn pending review of the East Herts 5 year housing land supply. The adopted Local Plan delivery is closely monitored; Buntingford is the only non Green Belt town in the district. 


Having secured a Promotion Agreement, we act as Development Co-ordinator for a strategic housing scheme at Maldon. This forms part of the South Maldon Garden Suburb (320 homes out of 1,428) and is now an adopted Local Plan allocation. This includes a new A414 bypass and community hospital site. Favourable resolution to grant outline planning has been received; the Section 106 agreement is being finalised.

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Our client's land at Welwyn village has been promoted for residential development via the Local Plan process given its Green Belt status. Moult Walker act as Development Co-ordinator and have also provided a viability assessment for planning purposes. The current Welwyn Hatfield Local Plan examination is highlighting shortfall in housing delivery and the need for further housing releases, including this site.


Land at Roehyde, Hatfield is being flagged as a strategic part R&D and distribution employment site given its location at the A1M-A414 junction adjacent to the University. Moult Walker act for the landowners and are promoting this via the Local Plan process for both St Albans and Welwyn Hatfield districts. An improved access junction to the A414 will be required and  part of the site is a historic landfill quarry (Cemex). 


Following the sale of land at Bragbury Lane, Moult Walker have continued to promote the strategic housing land at Bragbury End and this has now been allocated for housing  development in the Stevenage Local Plan (Policy HO4). This includes 400 homes on the Council's land south of the A602. Moult Walker have also carried out a viability assessment for planning purposes. The Council are now deciding on options for development.


As part of the St Albans redevelopment scheme for Tesco, the part derelict art deco cinema was surplus and Moult Walker both acted in the sale and as Development Co-ordinator. Planning permission was eventually granted for the contentious demolition and redevelopment as 14 luxury apartments with basement parking. This followed two refusals and two dismissed planning appeals.  

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