A vibrant new district on the north-eastern edge of Chelmsford

Set around the majestic New Hall School, formerly King Henry VIII’s Tudor palace, and its estate parkland, this large-scale development on the outskirts of Chelmsford is conceived as a series of individually designed neighbourhoods that provide a range of well-designed new homes and connect to the wider landscape and countryside.

  • Situated on the outskirts of Chelmsford
  • Based on the 604-acre site which was once owned by King Henry VIII
  • 176 acres of green open space
  • New express bus service which connects residents to Chelmsford City Centre
  • Access central London in just over 30 mins from Chelmsford station

Ideally located for work, rest and play

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L&Q at Beaulieu

Perfect for first time buyers, these collection of shared ownership homes are located within the various Beaulieu neighbourhoods and are finished to a great specification throughout with integrated appliances, contemporary new kitchens and bathrooms, and quality flooring. The homes also have allocated parking and all buyers will be entitled to one year’s free bus travel in Chelmsford. Look out for more homes launching this year!

The Arbour

The Arbour will become new neighbourhood within the Beaulieu Park development in Chelmsford, providing 255 shared ownership homes to the expanding community. The Arbour will draw upon the rich heritage of local village architecture and more formal buildings, with the designs being contemporary, filled with light and feature generous internal and external spaces – providing the perfect space for modern living. The Arbour will be launching in Spring/Summer 2020.



Beaulieu is a joint venture between L&Q and Countryside who have collaborated to bring a new community to Chelmsford, including residential homes, local amenities, schools, new roads and infrastructure, open public spaces and a new railway station. If you are interested in the private sale homes at Beaulieu please visit Countryside’s webiste.

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