He scattered villas around the grounds (as Hine did for Long Grove,
but perhaps more concerned that
extra weight to the main block would destroy it's semi-circular core, it's axial symmetry). But he also placed
villas in echelon, moving them close to a central services and core, and linking all with covered ways;
thus giving a nod to the old school, the echelon form which had served so well for the previous 20 years.