A major planning permission achieved

Following 2 years’ work, Metis has secured approval for their new development of 27 new homes at the old Station Yard in Sutton Scotney, just north of Winchester.

The homes have a contemporary feel with a traditional palette of materials to be used. Adam O’Brien, MD of Metis, said: “this new planning permission finally solves the puzzle of a difficult brownfield site that’s laid redundant and derelict for more than a decade. I am proud of our professional team and it is gratifying to have secured a scheme that has truly had the input of the community and of Winchester’s officers.’ Work will begin on site without delay’

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Land at Hook Lane, Aldingbourne

July 18, 2019

The Metis team is proud to report that reserved matters approval has been granted for 14 new detached homes at land west of Hook Lane in the village of Aldingbourne, West Suusex.

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Poole; the place to be this Summer

May 20, 2019

Poole is a large coastal town and seaport in Dorset, on the south coast of England.

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Land rear of Park Crescent

April 12, 2019

Following a comprehensive consultation exercise involving the community, local stakeholders and officers at the National Park Authority, the Metis Homes team is pleased to report that a planning application has been submitted at land rear of Park Crescent in central Midhurst.

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