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Hartford End Brewery scheme given green light

Uttlesford District Council has granted outline planning approval for the conversion of the former 19th century Hartford End Brewery in Essex into a Well Being Village.

The scheme – developed by Hartford End Developments - will comprise of 34 care home rooms, 50 assisted living apartments, three guest rooms and a manager’s flat along with ancillary facilities including a restaurant, shop, and parking.

The proposal, developed by Andrew Martin Associates, retains the most attractive parts of the Victorian brewery and minimises the risk of flooding despite the site’s riverside location.

The brewery has been vacant since January 2006.