Crest Nicholson hosted two visits from a wide range of industry experts this summer at Campbell Wharf.
In May, Milton Keynes Council, with the Academy of Urbanism, held the Design for Living Conference, which focused on the implications of plans to build a million new homes across the Oxford-Cambridge arc by 2050. Crest Nicholson was a proud sponsor of the event, and hosted study sessions at both Campbell Wharf and Oakgrove as part of the two-day conference. The sessions focused on how these developments are being designed and created to build new communities for the future, and attendees were particularly interested in the wide range of homes being built on each development.
In June, the RTPI Thames Valley Young Planners held their first event in Milton Keynes at Campbell Wharf, with a focus on how Crest Nicholson is working alongside The Parks Trust to maintain and enhance the natural environment in and around the site.
Enthusiastic attendees gathered to learn how the plans for Campbell Wharf were conceived, the environmental sensitivities, and the importance of partnership working in making the development a real success.
Peter Cusdin, Development Director at Crest Nicholson said:
“Campbell Wharf is shaping up to be a really great place to live, and we are pleased to have been able to share our approach and the good practice here with leading planning, design and development professionals.”
For more information about Crest Nicholson’s plans for Campbell Wharf, please visit www.campbellwharf.co.uk or contact Gemma Gallant, Community Liaison Officer, by calling 07578 618775 or emailing email@example.com