Goldholme had the pleasure of supplying high quality stone for an award winning development by Burghley Estate in the market town of Stamford, Lincolnshire. It has been well-planned and built by Cheshire-based Morris Homes alongside architects ADAM Urbanism and landscape architect Barnes Walker.

The site is founded upon strong principles of good quality urban design and environmental sustainability and has been awarded ‘Best Residential Development in Lincolnshire’. Cecil Square contains 45 luxury homes on a 1.5 hectare site, and consists of of a variety of designs with three, four, five and six-bedroomed homes, ranging from £649,500 – £774,500.

Morris Homes marketing director said the award “suggests that Cecil Square has maintained the desirability of this national treasure, one that is so vital to the landscape on Lincolnshire.”

A Pattern Book was created to understand the local character, analysing the types of street that exist in Stamford, the architectural character of the buildings and the materials used, including local Stamford stone. This provided a template based on observations for the new development.