Dunsfold Park comprises Dunsfold Aerodrome and the adjoining business park. These facilities are both managed by The Rutland Group, an award-winning property development, management and investment company founded by Chief Executive Jim McAllister in 1984.
The Rutland Group is the winner of a significant number of awards for its projects, both for landscaping and buildings. With a reputation for holistic, environmentally sound developments, the company also has the distinction of having created the 200 acre Bedfont Lakes Country Park, the largest public park built in London in the 20th century.
In 2014 Dunsfold Park was sold to Trinity College Cambridge. Trinity College Cambridge was founded by Henry VIII in 1546 and is one of the largest Oxbridge Colleges. Trinity has landholdings worth c£800 million and is one of the largest landowners in the UK with a property portfolio including The Port of Felixstowe, Britain's busiest container port; Cambridge Science Park and the O2 Arena in London (formerly the Millennium Dome).
The College entered into a long-term partnership with The Rutland Group to ensure the future of the site, and the Group has continued to promote its development proposals, culminating in the grant of planning permission for 1,800 homes in 2018 and being awarded Garden Village status in 2019.
We are proud of our Surrey heritage and we value our relationship with the people of Waverley. We want Dunsfold Park to be the best example of new sustainable development in the borough – a place where people are proud to live and work.
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