Graylingwell is a former hospital site located to the north-east of Chichester city centre.
The 34 ha site is designated as a Conservation Area and contains two Grade II listed buildings, a Scheduled Monument and 472 protected trees. It is a Registered Historic Park and Garden.
The existing residential neighbourhoods of Summersdale and Richmond Park bound the site to the north and south. Chichester University and St Richards Hospital are adjacent to the development.
A sensitive development providing a great range of character areas and spaces, with existing buildings cleverly incorporated to make it feel more like a place and less an estate.
Urban Design Group
National Urban Design Awards 2014
Developer Award – Commended
What House? Awards 2013
Best Sustainable Development – Gold
Best Brownfield Development – Silver
Green Apple Awards 2012
Gold Award for Best Mixed Use Development
Building Awards 2012
Sustainability Project of the year – Shortlisted
CHPA Awards 2011
Community and Residential Award
RTPI Planning Awards (South East) 2010
Community Engagement Award
Sustainable Housing Awards 2010
Sustainable Larger Social Housing Project of the Year
The Housebuilder Awards 2010
Best Low or Carbon Zero Initiative