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Urban Green Developments is all about the careful, creative and considered use of land for residential purposes. Our skills cover all aspects of development from planning and design to construction and marketing. Our objective is always to create innovative homes that complement and enhance their surroundings and maximise their potential value.

19
Jan

TV Historian Looks Back in Time at Frith Park

TV Historian Looks Back in Time at Frith Park

TV historian and presenter Dr Nick Barratt has produced a full chronological timeline for Frith Park, Walton-on-the-Hill from 1513 – 2014. Urban Green Developments and Reside Developments, who are developing the site, commissioned Nick because they wanted to keep the history alive within the new development and although, local group the Tadworth and Walton Residents’ […]

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06
Jan

Ian Randall’s 2017 Forecast

Ian Randall’s 2017 Forecast

The larger house builders and developers will find continued success with developing Greenfield and the larger Brownfield sites. These bring economies of scale, certainty in production and more efficient management time. They will continue with standard house types which on the downside are likely to mean more dour and regimented housing estates but does provide […]

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29
Dec

Recycling in Action!

Recycling in Action!

It may still be the festive season but there’s no rest for us as groundworks continue at Frith Park, Walton-on-the-Hill. In the accompanying photograph you can see the recycling of the materials following the recent demolition of the warehouses, piggery and rear of The Mansion House.  The crushed material will be used several times; first […]

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20
Dec

Glad Tidings!

Glad Tidings!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a fruitful New Year from the team at Urban Green Developments.

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08
Dec

Heralding our 1st Frith Park Blog

Heralding our 1st Frith Park Blog

The first few months of our presence at Frith Park has absolutely whizzed by. Our contractor 777 has demolished most of the buildings now with the last flurry of activity concentrating on the locally listed Mansion House. The last month has seen some of the most heavy duty scaffolding that we have ever witnessed set […]

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