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More Than Just A Home

Our Community

Building responsibly for our communities:

  • Our aim is to deliver 100 houses per year across multiple sites and/or phasing on larger sites. We are currently focused on our flagship development at St Giles Park, Cringleford where we will deliver over 300 homes, from five bed executive homes to one bed apartments to cater for the diverse local workforce.
  • We will also develop office, retail and restaurant spaces to ensure the community is vibrant and also enables the new community to blend with the existing community.
  • We will continue with phase 3 at our Poringland development, providing an additional homes and a new office building to complement our existing office space, Crafton House, which is fully occupied and has further unmet demand.
  • We have plans to deliver housing in Wymondham and are actively looking at new sites in a number of other locations.
  • We will continue to support the local growth ambitions of the Cambridge-Norwich ‘Tech Corridor’, in anticipation of the expected employment growth in the coming few years
  • We will seek to build on our relationship with Homes England to secure more investment in the area and demonstrate the viability of Modern Methods of Construction as a real alternative to traditional construction methods.
  • We will continue to employ design principles for our developments that promote energy efficiency and minimise the impact on the environment.
Family walking over beach dunes

Engaging with our neighbours at Maple Park

We work hard to engage with the communities where our developments are built. One of the ways we engaged with our neighbours at the Maple Park development in Long Stratton was to ask for their help in decorating the hoardings surrounding the site which are health and safety necessity but can be unsightly and boring.

We invited the local school to improve the curb appeal of the site hoardings by designing a fantasy treehouse. Year 7 pupils worked in groups to draw a house for each of the tree’s branches. The designs were then printed onto the hoardings to provide a more attractive view.

Pupils said “We particularly enjoyed being able to use our imaginations to create something that was pure fantasy. The treehouses come in different shapes and sizes with bridges, ropes, platforms and balconies, even a train and a pub are included.”

Our Community Maple Park

Proud of our Norfolk roots

Big Sky Living is proud to call Norfolk its home as it has so much to offer as a place to live. The combination of the charming city of Norwich with the surrounding countryside, market towns, historic architecture and endless Norfolk coastline makes it a desirable location for everyone.

Norwich prides itself on the way its historic buildings blend effortlessly with contemporary city centre designs. It boasts two cathedrals, a historic castle, a medieval network of cobbled lanes, on of the UK’s best shopping malls, a top professional football team, an outdoor water sports centre, an Olympic size swimming pool and many other amenities that brings the community together.

Norfolk is well known as a county offering people a chance to get away and relax. Whether it’s a visit to a National Trust stately home or one of the thriving market towns, taking a boat out on the Broads or the peace and quiet of a stroll along the beach, Norfolk has it all.

Rapeseed in Norfolk field