PLANT’s multi-disciplinary team has developed a master plan for transforming the former estate – the house and gardens of Sir William Mulock – into a new Central Park for Newmarket. After more than 3,000 area residents took part in consultations, PLANT proposed three concepts for redesigning the more than six hectares surrounding the manor house, and a strategy for the house adaptive reuse.
The Town chose one hybridized, nature-focused scheme preserving the iconic woods, gardens and lawns of the property. In a growing part of the town soon to have mid-to-high-rise residential development nearby, the plan anticipates the intensive demand for many different types of
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