We believe that a home is made of more than four walls. Home should be part of a community, a place where you belong. Somewhere that makes you happy and inspires you to do the things you love. New cycle and walking routes, outdoor space, sports pitches and a market square to name a few of the facilities at this fantastic new place will ensure life can flourish. And our focus on quality design will not only create a beautiful environment and foster a place to be proud of, it will also ensure the community stands the test of time and leaves a lasting legacy.
Proudly brought to you by
This new neighbourhood is being brought to you by Marshall and Hill, two life long companies of Cambridge. Marshall is a renowned engineering company synonymous with excellence in the automotive and aviation sectors, yet always at the forefront of technology and precision engineering. The Marshall Group was founded in 1909 and with over 5,100 employees it operates in four main markets, including aerospace and defence; property and automotive fleet solutions.
Hill is an industry-leading housebuilder that provides quality new homes across the South East. Hill combines passion and expertise to create outstanding homes for a range of lifestyles. The company has an excellent reputation in Cambridge – recent projects include Ninewells, Anstey Hall Barns and Athena; an ambitious new neighbourhood that has been created in collaboration with the University of Cambridge.
A new neighbourhood
Marshall and Hill are now applying these qualities to a deliver a new neighbourhood of 1,300 one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes. Working with a number of well-known partners including: Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, landscaper architect Robert Meyer, and sculptor Matthew Lane-Sanderson, this unique partnership will see the creation of a community that’s distinctively Cambridge and yet certainly has its own identity.
A place for everyone
We are committed to delivering a place for all, one that’s full of character, promotes neighbourliness and inspires people to make the most of their green surroundings. Every neighbourhood requires community facilities and here is no exception. There will be a two form entry primary school, sports pitches, a community centre, a market square, as well as green open spaces, public parks, woodland walks and allotments gardens in which to nurture and grow.