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Hallam Land Management

Planning Permissions

Below is a list of Planning Permissions achieved across the UK since Hallam Land Management was formed.

Total plots achieved since the company started

47228

Country
Location
Plots
Other Business Type
Bedfordshire
Ampthill
210
Bedfordshire
Norse Road, Bedford
323
Community facilities
Bedfordshire
Biddenham, Bedford
1300
Employment and local centre
Bedfordshire
Marston Moretaine
490
Bedfordshire
Stotfold
650
Primary school
Buckinghamshire
Aylesbury, Weedon Hill
850
Primary school and local centre
Buckinghamshire
Brooklands, Milton Keynes
2500
Buckinghamshire
Buckingham, London Rd
700
5 acres employment
Buckinghamshire
Buckingham Tingewick Road
400
Cambridgeshire
Stanground (Lamb Land)
110
Cambridgeshire
Stanground (Main Site)
1525
Cheshire
Stockport
8
Cheshire
Winsford
181
City of Edinburgh
Burdiehouse, Edinburgh
333
Clackmannanshire
Lowermill Street, Tillicoultry
74
Cornwall
Launceston
140
County Durham
Bowburn
250
Retail
County Durham
Coxhoe
190
Derbyshire
Bolsover
250
Derbyshire
Buxton
375
Employment & retail
Derbyshire
Chellaston Aston Lane
12
Derbyshire
Chellaston
100
Derbyshire
Crewton
209
Derbyshire
Derby
180
Derbyshire
Eckington
90
Derbyshire
Hilton
155
Derbyshire
Repton
126
Derbyshire
Winsick
214
Derbyshire
Woodville
400
Derbyshire
Ripley
360
Devon
Chudleigh, Devon
100
Devon
Cranbrook, Devon
3500
New community, primary schools, secondary school, town centre and associated facilities.
East Ayrshire
Northcraigs Kilmarnock
500
Primary school & community facilities
East Dunbartonshire
Maitland Torrance
6
East Dunbartonshire
Kirkintilloch, Bishopbriggs
48
East Lothian
Dolphinstone Prestonpans
160
East Lothian
Edinburgh Rd, Prestonpans
409
East Lothian
Dovecot, Haddington
193
East Lothian
West Barns Dunbar
90
East Riding of Yorkshire
Nafferton
41
East Sussex
North Hailsham
240
Gloucestershire
Cam, Gloucestershire
71
Gloucestershire
Gloucester, Tuffley
250
Greater Manchester
Stockport
8
Hampshire
Alton
180
Hertfordshire
King Harry Lane St Albans
215
Kent
Faversham
310
Hotel, food store, care home and B1 employment
Lancashire
Langho
18
Lancashire
Clifton House Farm
360
Lancashire
Warton - Braithwaite
115
Leicestershire
Ashby de La Zouch
8
Leicestershire
Burton on the Wolds
19
Leicestershire
Countesthorpe
180
Leicestershire
Hunts Lane, Desford
135
Leicestershire
Kegworth
110
Leicestershire
Lutterworth (Employment Land)
8
Business park, hotel, pub, B8 Strategic distribution and storage unit
Leicestershire
Lubbesthorpe
4250
Primary and secondary school
Leicestershire
Market Harborough
928
Leicestershire
Sapcote
125
Leicestershire
Sileby
195
Leicestershire
Syston
340
Leicestershire
Wymondham
335
Midlothian
Seafield Moor Road Bilston
191
Northamptonshire
Desborough
210
Northamptonshire
Long Buckby
132
Northamptonshire
Kettering East
725
Northamptonshire
Moulton
125
North Ayrshire
Beith Road, Longbar
50
North Lanarkshire
Auchenglech Moodiesburn
50
North Lanarkshire
Airdriehall Street Airdrie
50
North Yorkshire
Harrogate
235
North Yorkshire
Selby
200
Nottinghamshire
Retford
8
Nottinghamshire
Mansfield, Penniment
430
Nottinghamshire
Mansfield, Water Lane
112
Nottinghamshire
Aslockton
75
Nottinghamshire
East Leake
170
Retail
Nottinghamshire
Shireoaks Worksop
170
Employment
Nottinghamshire
Retford
43
Nottinghamshire
Rushpool Farm
259
Oxfordshire
Abingdon
159
Oxfordshire
Burford
91
Extra care & care home
Oxfordshire
Crowmarsh Gifford
150
Oxfordshire
Banbury, Longford Park
1070
Somerset
Bridgwater
2000
1,200 sq metres retail floorspace, primary school, Regional Distribution Centre
Somerset
Yatton, Somerset
170
Somerset
Highbridge, Brue Farm
550
Primary school
Somerset
Southfield Farm, Frome
450
Primary school
South Yorkshire
Barugh Green, Barnsley
175
South Yorkshire
Hatfield, Doncaster
400
South Yorkshire
Oxclose
400
Retail & food store
South Yorkshire
Swallownest Nurseries
90
Staffordshire
Burton upon Trent
950
Staffordshire
Rolleston on Dove
22
Retail & primary school
Staffordshire
Stone
500
Staffordshire
Wootton Drive
14
Stirling
Polmaise, Cambusbarron
250
Suffolk
Haverhill
2,500
Warwickshire
Cawston Grange, Rugby
1600
Warwickshire
Coventry (Boat Inn)
90
Warwickshire
Weddington (Church Fields)
326
Warwickshire
Weddington (Lower Farm)
400
Warwickshire
Southam
535
West Lothian
Hoghill East Calder
6
West Sussex
Bognor Regis
700
West Sussex
Southbourne
125
West Sussex
Handcross
75
Care home
West Sussex
Aldingbourne
79
West Yorkshire
Allerton
292
West Yorkshire
Adel
100
West Yorkshire
Dewsbury
39
West Yorkshire
Oulton
80
West Yorkshire
Pontefract
40
West Yorkshire
Rothwell
90
Wiltshire
Melksham, Clackers Brook
670
Primary school & local centre
Wiltshire
Melksham, Clackers Brook II
450
Worcestershire
Evesham
59
Worcestershire
Worcester, Swinesheard Way
256
Worcestershire
Worcester, Earl's Court Farm I
214

The Henry Boot Way

Hallam Land Management is a part of the Henry Boot Group of Companies.

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“Henry Boot PLC and its Group Companies has, following the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) implemented a number of measures which seek to bring about greater transparency and scrutiny into our various supply chains, in order to combat slavery and trafficking activities. Further to this, over the past year we have been reviewing the measures put in place and seeking to identify additional actions to strengthen our due diligence and transparency.The aim of the Act is in line with our own ‘Henry Boot Way’ Vision and Values, as updated in 2017, which include ‘Respect’, ‘Integrity’ and ‘Collaboration’, all of which are relevant in our aims as set out in our approach.

We have updated our Human Trafficking and Slavery Statement (the “Statement”), setting out the introductory activities undertaken to reduce the risk of slavery and trafficking activities being present within our business operations. These measures include the introduction of an Anti-Slavery Policy, due diligence requirements, and mandatory contract clauses seeking compliance by our supply chain with appropriate anti-slavery measures. In addition, the Statement sets out the measures to be put in place during 2018.

We will be regularly working with our partners, contractors, suppliers and other stakeholders to bring these measures into effect, and then to review their effectiveness and consider any changes or additional measures which such a review highlights.”

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Henry Boot PLC

John Sutcliffe

Chief Executive Officer