It may only be February but our Forestry Team is already hard at work preparing for Christmas.
Our partner, Pye Homes, have won two top prizes at this year’s Housebuilder Awards, the most sought-after and prestigious annual ceremony in the industry.
Our new tenants at Witney Business & Innovation Centre; Healthtech Firm Visiba are helping ease pressure on NHS & support rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Our Gardens Team are donating nearly 2,000 spring bulbs to local groups following an online appeal.
We are working with Aldens of Oxford, one of the UK’s longest established family butchers, to offer our high quality lamb to its customers.
We are officially launching our latest collection of our landmark Park View development this weekend and hundreds of buyers have already pre-registered their interest.
Our Herdsman Richard has harvested a bumper crop of vegetables from a giant edible chaos garden he created on our Estate.
Scientists are studying the sounds of nature in our estate as part of a nationwide study into the potential benefits of green spaces for health and wellbeing.
We are working with VeloCity, which features engineers, architects and planners, to re-imagine a future based around people, places, public transport and new technology.
We donated a mix of young oak, cherry and beech saplings grown on our Estate to the Combe Parish Tree Stewards scheme.
Our radical new way to provide more than 200 truly affordable homes in Woodstock is at risk after Cherwell District Council opted to remove it from their Local Plan.
A team of ecologists have begun work to help safeguard vital wildlife habitats ahead of our £9m lake dredge project, which is due to get under way in April.
Our radical approach to affordable housing has been featured in a major new government-backed report.
The site, known as PR10, has not been included even though more homes will now be added to Green Belt sites which have been allocated, despite this being against national policy. PR10 is the only site among the Cherwell allocations that is not located in the Green Belt.
Volunteers from the Long Hanborough Community Tree Project joined local youngsters in a special tree-planting scheme recently.
Abseiling ecologists are using miniature borescope cameras to monitor rare bat colonies roosting inside our Grand Bridge.
We have unveiled a revolutionary new approach to managing our 12,000 acres of land over the coming decades.
Jake Smith, 16, from Henley-on-Thames is among the latest young people to take advantage of our commitment to train over 100 apprentices within the next 10 years.
We're welcoming a herd of British White Cattle onto the Blenheim Estate, to protect our ancient oak woodland.
The Blenheim Estate Office has been recognised in the Oxford Preservation Trust Awards 2019.
Radley College has appointed Pye Homes to build 240 new properties on its land.
We're joining forces with an award-winning employment charity and social enterprise to provide classes and activities for people facing multiple challenges, helping them move forward with their lives.
We recently accommodated a special event where the University College of Estate Management (UCEM) published the findings of The Value of Community, a joint report which reveals a direct link between housing type and social benefits – so-called ‘social capital’.
At Blenheim Estate Homes we have just unveiled a ground-breaking set of commitments which set new standards in landowner legacy development.
Eighty trees from woodland on the Blenheim Estate are being used to create an authentic reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon royal house in Oxfordshire.