Housebuilder Gleeson Homes has achieved planning to build 256 new homes in Sutterton, Lincolnshire. Located off Station Road, the new development, known as Heron Park, is ideally located between Boston and Spalding where there is a strong demand for new build homes.
The development will see the 29 acre land be transformed into a beautiful and carefully designed selection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom semi and detached homes.
Set to be built across three phases, prices at Heron Park will start from just £147,995 for a 2 bedroom home. There will be 48 affordable houses on site, 33 will be rentals and 15 shared equity. In compliance with the planning conditions outlined by Boston Borough Council, there will also be an allocation of one bedroom affordable homes.
Construction will begin in December with the first homes expected to be released for sale early next year. The first homeowners are expected to move into their new homes in winter 2022.
As part of their Section 106 agreement, Gleeson will be pledging over £1 million towards education, travel and the NHS in Lincolnshire to support the infrastructure of the local community. Gleeson will also be paying for the creation and installation of a new ‘Welcome to Sutterton’ sign on Station Road and a bus stop on Spalding Road.
Heron Park will incorporate into its design, a substantial amount of green space , with landscaping plans in place to ensure the development looks attractive, is accessible via new footpaths, is in keeping with the countryside scenery and includes biodiversity plans. Gleeson will also construct two play areas on the development for local children to enjoy.
Additionally, Gleeson is trialling air source heat pumps on Heron Park in place of gas heating. Air source heat pumps have several benefits, including being three times more efficient than a traditional gas boiler, as well as being better for the environment, lowering the home’s carbon footprint. This puts Gleeson ahead of the curve, making steps towards the Government’s Net Zero 2050 goal, and a greener future for new builds. Using the latest technology by Panasonic, Gleeson is one of the first housebuilders to commit to this method of heating.
Gleeson has another development in Boston, located on Toot Lane, named Saxon Grange, which is also due to release its first homes imminently.
Allen Marshall, Operations Director at Gleeson said: “We are looking forward to bringing much needed new homes for first time buyers and key workers to Sutterton. Our second development in the area, this large site will further strengthen our delivery of homes in Lincolnshire and we are delighted to be supporting the local area by donating towards education and the NHS as well as supporting the community by employing a workforce on site that will be made up of local labour and contractors.”
With excellent access to the A17, A52 and A16, the location of Heron Park will be ideal for those commuting around Lincolnshire, with Peterborough also within easy reach.
The beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, The Fens and the Lincolnshire coastline are all within an hour’s drive of the development, ideal for scenic country walks or days out at the beach.
Gleeson is seeking local labour and sub-contractors to work on this exciting new development, including applications from local young people who are interested in joining the Gleeson apprenticeship scheme.
To find out more about the areas in which Gleeson build and information on the work Gleeson does in the community please visit www.gleesonhomes.co.uk.