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Wynyard Park, different by design

Different by design

Self-build Plots

Self-build plots are avaialble in our three main developments, Manorside, The Beaumont and Wellington Gardens. To view the available plots and their sizes click the devleopment icon below.

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The Beaumont, Wynyard Park logo
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Your Own Grand Design

A number of woodland clearings are reserved exclusively for self-build. The gated entrance of each leads to winding sculpted roads serving premium plots offering scope for variety, innovation and self-expression with each house compatible with its idyllic surroundings.

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Realising your dream

The self-build plots offer an opportunity for variety and innovation. Architecturally they will be controlled by the Design and Development Guide which is mandatory.

With the privilege of acquiring a self-build plot comes the freedom to create a home that looks, feels and works just the way you desire – in whichever of the exclusive self-build developments you decide.

Naturally you’ll want the design to reflect your personal tastes. But so will the owners of the other plots. For everyone’s sake and to create a distinct identity for Wynyard Park, it’s important to ensure visual harmony between houses in the beautiful setting, whilst still allowing individual freedom of expression.

To get the balance right we have drawn up a Design Guide, a visual framework to embody our clear vision for Wynyard Park.

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Chimneys should be appropriately proportioned and detailed with a minimum of 1 per house. They should be co-ordinated and of generous height.

Rainwater goods should be aluminium colour, graphite or black, particularly if employed in a contemporary design, whilst traditional design forms follow period cast iron patterns.

Windows Should relate to the proportions of the overall design. For traditional houses rise and fall, sliding sash or hung casement types should be specific to an historic type.

Garages / outbuildings May be integral or detached whilst retaining a high quality cohesive design.

Carriageways and drives Finshes: blacktop/granite setts, porous drives in conservation colours, Breamish gravel and York paving.

Walls Materials should be utilised that respect the character of the area, including: Brick, Render and Stone elements.

External doors and porches Bespoke authentic traditional solutions will be encouraged. Materials should reflect those of the host building.

Roofs shall be of an appropriate scale and proportion, and plain gabled. Abutting single storey roofs may be lean-to.

Dormers will be permissable provided they are gabled and carefully designed with reference to local vernacular, and historic authenticity.

The Design Guide

The purpose of the Guide is to establish clear design instruction and guidance which Hartlepool and Stockton Borough Councils, together with Wynyard Park, can apply in implementing Wynyard Park's vision.

The Guide will be used as a basis for drawing up development briefs, and assessing developer proposals and bids prior to their submission for planning permission.

The Guide will also ensure coordination between different sites in the Park and provide a level of certainty to developers as to the quality and character of adjacent developments, establishing mutual confidence between the private sector and local authority sector.

Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises
Wynyard - full of suprises