• Hopkins Homes
  • ¬£2 Million
  • Stanway
  • Infrastructure

Halstead Road, Stanway

Originally an old railway sidings site used for gravel extraction, the land was purchased by developer Hopkins Homes who received planning permission to provide 123 new homes. Given its history, the site had become a predominantly low level woodland area sandwiched between Halstead Road and the rail line between Norwich and London. JMS were responsible for providing both civil and structural services. These included piling design along with some detailed infrastructure design involving flow control method and substantial attenuation tanks and ponds. The nature of the development offered some particular challenging aspects. These included embankment stability methods sensitive to the existing trees and anti vibration techniques incorporated within the pile design