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12 WADSWICK GREEN, CORSHAM


Apartments, which radiate out from the Central Pavilion, offer views of the courtyard and countryside


communal life in the spacious home they bought for as long as possible.


The landscaped 25-acre residential estate sits in a picturesque stretch of countryside between Bath and Chippenham on the site of Royal Arthur Park, a former Royal Navy training station at Corsham in Wiltshire that closed in 1993. The 221-apartment, £60m scheme gained planning permission in 2009 with Phase 1 starting in Jan 2014 and completing in November 2015. The site rises gently north to south, surrounded on three sides by rolling coun- tryside with ancient woodland to the west. A central, three-storey pavilion and an


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adjoining catering and entertainment build- ing is set against the woods, well below the treeline to avoid dominating the site. Radiating out from the pavilion is a series of two and three-story apartment buildings, laid out to form five triangular, landscaped courtyards rotating around the centre but significantly separated from it.


Vital element


Wadsworth Green is a project close to the heart of architect Dale Jennings, owner of Pencil and Ink, who was approached about the project by client Rangeford Holdings in early 2007.


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