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Preparation of a Masterplan for the phased redevelopment and improvement of the existing monastic buildings at the Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, Great Gaddesden, Hertfordshire.
Located in the Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the site was previously in use as a school before becoming established as a Buddhist Monastery with a resident, monastic community. Rolfe Judd Planning is appointed to develop a Masterplan for the 8.35 hectare site to replace the existing older buildings with a sustainable development, in a layout which meets the needs of the monastic community and their guests.
The Masterplan has been promoted through emerging local planning policy and Rolfe Judd Planning has recently secured planning permission for the first phase of improvement and development works.
Client: English Sangha Trust
LPA: Dacorum Borough Council