New Sports Centre, Oundle School Oundle
A group of project managers looking at a plan
Client
Oundle School
Sector
Education
Location
Oundle
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Justin Bainton 
MRTPI
Associate Partner
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Justin is an Associate Partner for the Eastern Region.   He has approximately 19 years of planning experience and specialises in residential, commercial and mixed use planning applications, dealing with a wide range of planning-related work including site appraisals and feasibility studies; applications relating to commercial, education, residential and student schemes; planning and enforcement appeals; S106 negotiation and the discharge of conditions; development plan representations; and providing general planning advice. Justin advises clients from a diverse sector range including private residential and commercial developers (national, regional and local), education institutions, commercial organisations and private landowners. He has experience in both the public and private sector dealing with a range of development schemes.  He is a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. 

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Oundle School is the third largest independent co-educational day and boarding school in England. Carter Jonas obtained detailed consent in April 2017 for the erection of a new sports centre (to include a 50m swimming pool, sports hall, and associated facilities, including the provision of 6 new netball courts).

The scheme incorporates a high-quality, bespoke architectural design and landscaping that fully takes account of the site’s constraints and surroundings to deliver a form of development that greatly enhances the visual appearance of the area.

Carter Jonas have worked in close consultation with officers and engaged widely with stakeholders, with the view to promote a scheme that the School is proud of. The School’s forward-looking strategy for sport and physical activity for the next 10-15 years takes account of the whole school's need plus opportunities for wider use of the school facilities by the local community. The new sports centre is central to the school's ambitious plans to develop its facilities. The sports complex will be high quality, fit-for-purpose, and will result in the comprehensive enhancement of the site.