PHPD’s regular whistle-stop tour around the UK, looking at the latest ‘developments’ on new-build developments.
Header Image: The Avenue at Phoenix Place, Sutton-in-Ashfield by Peveril Homes
Peveril Homes | The Avenue at Phoenix Place, Sutton-in-Ashfield
Following the success of the initial phases of its Phoenix Place development, Derbyshire-based housebuilder Peveril Homes has recently launched The Avenue – the final phase at Phoenix Place, Sutton-in-Ashfield.
The Avenue is development of 18 new-build two-, three- and 4-bedroom properties with Help to Buy available on all plots.
Peveril Homes’ Director of Sales and Marketing Alison Kendall said, “The Avenue at Phoenix Place has been designed to accommodate purchasers of all ages and requirements, with its wide range of properties, prime location and great facilities on its doorstep.” Find out more here…
East Yorkshire-based Beal Homes has submitted detailed plans for the first phase of a large-scale development of 800 homes in the housebuilder’s largest ever single scheme.
The housebuilder intends to build houses on a 73-acre site in Goole, East Yorkshire, over a 15-year period, creating a development with an estimated value of £130m.
Outline planning consent was granted for development of the Goole site in 2016 and now, having secured the land, Beal has submitted a “reserved matters” application for the first phase of 196 open market properties and 10 affordable homes, as well as a main access road and other essential infrastructure to open up the site. Find out more here…
The new additions to the £500m development include a 27-storey tower consisting 165 apartments, and the construction of 103 new low-rise homes made up of apartments and houses.
Nottingham City Homes | Building a Better Nottingham
Nottingham City Homes has appointed Woodhead Group as construction partner in two of the latest Building a Better Nottingham developments in the north of the city.
Woodhead, based in Nottinghamshire, has worked on a number of schemes for Nottingham City Homes and Nottingham City Council in recent years, has been awarded the contract, which includes 20 family homes and a retail unit on Knights Close in Top Valley. The second development of 13 family homes on Aldgate Close in Bulwell, will be built on the derelict site of a former care home.
The two, three and four bedroom family homes will be built to the national space standards. Planning permission for both schemes was approved last year.
Nearly eight acres of residential land with detailed planning consent for 73 new homes, in the village of Killinghall, between Harrogate and Ripon, has been sold to local housing association Yorkshire Housing.
Leading property firm, Adair Paxton Ltd, negotiated the sale. Its Land & Development Director, Bruce Collinson, said: “It’s a cracking green field site, which attracted tremendous interest from several major housebuilders, but it was Yorkshire Housing that successfully outbid them and secured the deal. The relatively low density of the proposed homes, which Harrogate Planners had requested, made it an ideal choice for Yorkshire Housing.”
Work on the 73 new homes has already started on site, with the first homes ready later this year. Find out more here…
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