Redrow Homes South Midlands has been granted planning permission to build 132 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom homes at a new 13-acre development in Northampton.
Planning permission was granted on Tuesday 22nd October for the new development, named Kingsland Park. 46 new homes will be allocated as affordable housing.
Homes at Kingsland Park will feature styles from the popular Arts and Crafts inspired Heritage range, similar to those at nearby Carey Fields, also developed by Redrow Homes South Midlands.
Edward Lindley, Land Director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), said: “We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission at Kingsland Park, with building set to commence later this year. At Redrow Homes South Midlands, we pride ourselves on building beautiful homes and creating thriving communities, which is demonstrated by an investment of almost £1.5 million to improve sports, healthcare and education facilities, as well as transport links in the local area.
“The development will feature homes from our award-winning Heritage Collection, which has proven popular with homebuyers looking for traditional, 1930s charm combined with a contemporary and high-spec interior.”
Redrow Homes South Midlands is contributing nearly £1.5 million towards providing healthcare, primary education and community infrastructure, as well as the development of outdoor spaces while reviving the derelict former school site.
1.2 hectares of open space and woodland has been allocated within plans for the new development, which will be open for future residents and locals alike to enjoy connecting with and enhancing links to the existing parkland.