City & Country is a family owned business which was originally founded in 1962. Over the last 50 years’ we have been successfully evolving and embracing change to become a market leading niche developer; specialising in working with the very best of Britain’s architectural heritage and sensitive landscapes.
Based in Stansted, Essex, City & Country has historically operated in East Anglia. As part of our strategy for growth and in order to capitalise on our core skills and new opportunities we have expanded our sphere of operation to include London, the South East, the South West and Scotland.
Our background means that we are very well placed to evaluate and deliver complex mixed use schemes but we are best known for our award-winning reputation as an expert in the conservation, restoration and conversion of historic and listed buildings. This, combined with the sympathetic and complementary design of new properties around these nationally important heritage assets or in other sensitive places, has put us at the forefront of specialist property development.
Quality is at the centre of everything that City & Country does, which is how we remain leaders in our field. By combining experience with a fresh, creative approach and a strong emphasis on design and traditional craftsmanship we are able to deliver successful and aspirational developments. With over 50 years’ in business, our most powerful motivation continues to be the constant pursuit of excellence and continuous improvement in every part of our business.
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