A look at the latest progress being made on a selection of developments across the UK.
Header Image: A render of Kinross Town Hall
Duchy Homes | Highgrove
In North Yorkshire, Duchy Homes has gained planning permission for a new development of 19 executive homes in the village of Kirklevington, near Yarm. Named ‘Highgrove’ the development is a collection of five-bedroom detached homes and two-bedroom affordable bungalows on former agricultural land. The homes will include contemporary interiors, attractive brick designs featuring render highlights and stone detailing. Work has now commenced on site with the sales launch in early 2019.
astudio | Sugden Way, Barking
Architectural practice, astudio, has been granted planning permission for its amodular off-site housing development in Barking. Sugden Way will consist of a series of council flats and is targeted to be complete in just 60 weeks. The project will be delivered in partnership with regeneration company Be First and offsite modular manufacturer Rollalong. Manufacturing assembly will begin next year and be completed by summer 2019.
Priestley Homes | Leeds
Construction work has begun on the redevelopment of a former office building in Bradford into 31 studio apartments with ground floor commercial space. Leeds-based developer Priestley Homes is completing the £1m transformation. Apartments will occupy the top three floors of the four-storey former office block. The company’s contracting arm, Priestley Construction is carrying out work on the scheme, which is due to complete in early Q2 2019. www.priestleyhomes.co.uk
Nottingham City Homes | Bulwell & Basford
Planning permission has been granted for Nottingham City Homes (NCH) to deliver 13 council houses on a former care home site in Bulwell, and a further 17 new homes in Basford. The construction in Bulwell is being carried out by local firm, Robert Woodhead Group and work should begin in December 2018. Work on the new homes in Basford is due to start in spring next year. NCH are yet to appoint a developer to the project.
Macbryde Homes | Dyserth
Contracts have been exchanged between Denbighshire County Council and Macbryde Homes, with the housebuilder looking to deliver 61 new dwellings in Dyserth. The new homes range from two- to four-bedrooms all at two-storeys high, with six of the properties designated as affordable housing. The proposed homes will be comprised of two and three-bedroom terraced properties; three-bedroom semi-detached homes; and both three and four-bedroom detached dwellings. Find out more…
Kinross Town Hall
Work has been completed on the transformation of Kinross’ historic Town Hall site. The £1.5m project has seen the creation of nine, one- and two-bedroom apartments. The iconic building, which includes the town’s clock tower, former post office and library, was declared surplus to requirements by Perth and Kinross Council in 2003. The 12-month refurbishment has seen the former library made into a pair of two-bed townhouses, with four one-bed and three two-bed apartments in the town hall and post office sections.
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