PHPD’s regular whistle-stop tour around the UK, looking at the latest ‘developments’ on new-build developments.
Macbryde Homes, Signature Collection | Queensbury Manor
Macbryde Homes has announced plans to return to Wirral where it will build 25 luxury new homes in Meols under its Signature Collection brand. Work on the development, to be known as Queensbury Manor, has commenced and sales will launch shortly.
Located on land that formerly served as a playing field for the nearby Kingsmead School, the homes will all boast four bedrooms and will blend traditional elegance of classic architecture with sophisticated, 21st century interior design. They mark a return for Macbryde Homes to developing exclusive homes in highly sought-after areas almost three years after it completed Kingswood Manor in Woolton, Liverpool.
Bellway Wessex | Badbury Reach
A new housing development which showcases a brand-new range of home designs has been opened to the public in Wimborne.
Bellway Wessex is building 84 new homes at Badbury Reach, off Cranborne Road, with 60 of these houses part of Bellway’s innovative Artisan Collection – the first time these property types have been available within the Wessex area.
Badbury Reach, which will also include 24 homes designated as affordable housing for local people, is part of a wider new neighbourhood of 630 homes being built as part of a consortium with Bloor Homes.
Kentish Projects, based in Kent, are bringing 21 new homes with 6 designated as affordable, to the market in the prime rural area of Seal near Sevenoaks and situated within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The site is just over 3.5 acres and comprises a number of buildings, including an impressive Grade II Listed Oast House at the forefront of the site.
The Oast House is a late nineteenth century three storey building with close-jointed Kentish ragstone elevations.
Deanfield Homes | Deanfield Grange
Upmarket housebuilder Deanfield Homes is committed to creating aspirational homes in established communities, designed with the customer in mind and its latest development, Deanfield Grange is no exception.
Located on the edge of the sought after Cotswolds village of Shipton-Under-Wychwood, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the homes at Deanfield Grange are proving a real hit with discerning purchasers, with over 50% already reserved since its show home launch in mid-November. It features a stunning collection of three, four and five bedroom family homes, built using local materials to create attractive street scenes.
The former site of a church in Lowton is being redeveloped to provide 26 much-needed new homes.
Elan Homes acquired the 1.78 acre site on Newton Road from the Archdiocese of Liverpool following full planning permission being granted. Groundworks are now complete and construction of the first homes is now underway at the development, which is to be marketed as “St Catherine’s Gardens”.
Philip Palmer, Land Director for Elan Homes in the North, said: “Redeveloping previously developed sites is part of our land acquisition strategy. The Lowton site presented a perfect opportunity to provide new homes in an area where there is a pent up demand for housing.
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