HAWKINS ROAD PLANS APPROVED
LANSWOODPARK RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL EXPANSION
LANSWOOD SPONSORS THE TOM BOWDIDGE FOUNDATION FEATHER BALL 2020
- HAWKINS ROAD
AGE CONCERN COLCHESTER'S PANTO HORSE RACE
LANSWOOD TAKES ON HOSPITAL RENOVATION PROJECT
TECH GIANT MOVES TO LANSWOODPARK
- SAUER COMPRESSORS
20th September, 2016
The stunning red brick Victorian buildings of St Clements Hospital are being brought back to life as new homes by specialist developers Lanswood Residential. The St Clements site is being transformed.
29th June, 2017
Organised by Age Concern Colchester the annual bonanza brings together a range of good causes and willing runners for a race down the town's high street. They are grateful to the Rotary Clubs of Colchester and their sponsors Lanswood Residential and Commercial Developments.
January 25, 2020
The Tom Bowdidge Foundation will hold its sixth annual Feather Ball in February. The official headline sponsor of this year’s ball is Lanswood Residential and Commercial Developments.
February 19th, 2020
Lanswood Ltd, based in Elmstead Market, has submitted a planning application Tendring District Council for the development of land adjacent to Lanswoodpark Business Centre.
Lanswood Ltd hopes to transform 8 hectares of land into 10,000sqm of new commercial space, accompanied by 72 residential units. This translates into 8-10 new commercial buildings and a mixture of 3-5 bedroom houses.
Despite Lanswoodpark already being the village’s most significant business success story, the expansion is predicted to be transformational to Elmstead Market’s economy. Lanswoodpark is already a five-star employment base that sees 400+ people on site daily, across 40 businesses. If approved, this development could see at least a further 600 jobs being created.
June 11, 2021
Planning permission has been approved for Lanswood to begin work on 282 new student flats in Hythe, Colchester. This is part of the regeneration agenda for the area and seeks to enhance the built environment.
Committee member Mike Lilley from Colchester Council said: "It is good to see a progressive, environmentally friendly development come forward."
Our outline plans also feature a cafe, meeting space, bin store, cycle store, laundry, reception, plant rooms and parking for 34 cars. We are looking forward to working with the local area to develop this site.