18th June 2020


Company Updates

We are pleased that we have recently completed on the acquisition of a 33.5 hectare site in Church Crookham, north Hampshire.

Work will begin soon to deliver 300 new homes at Albany Park, set off Redfields Lane, where our development will comprise 180 private and 120 shared ownership /  affordable rent properties, alongside a new doctor’s surgery, food retail outlet, sports facilities and public open spaces.

We will be providing new sports pitches and a large pavilion adjacent to the Zebon Centre. A synthetic football pitch, Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) and four separate grass football pitches suitable for younger age groups will be installed and there will also be vehicle and cycle parking.

With our new development set on the edge of the protected Zebon Copse nature reserve and the Basingstoke Canal, we will also deliver a large SANGs (Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space) area, adjacent to the development, for the whole community to enjoy. This will consist of walking paths, boardwalks, new planting, ecology features and a public car park.

Chris Hamilton, our Managing Director, comments: “The intention at Albany Park is to deliver a development that will enhance the local area and make a significant contribution to the housing and infrastructure needs of both Church Crookham and the wider Hampshire communities. We are delighted to be building in the village again after so many years and continuing to help attract families and young first time buyers to live in this vibrant Hampshire village community.”

This will be the second development Martin Grant Homes have built in Church Crookham, after the success of the adjacent Zebon Copse built back in the 1990’s.

We have started ground works at the development and a sales and information centre is planned for autumn this year at the entrance to the development.

For any enquiries regarding this new development please email us at


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