Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Planning granted for £77.5m multi-tenure new home development in Clifton

Nottingham-based Avant Homes East Midlands will deliver 265 multi-tenure new homes in Clifton after being granted planning permission for a £77.5m residential development.

Called Foxgrove Village and located off Hawksley Gardens, the 24-acre site will comprise a mix of one-, two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes.

It will feature 15 of Avant Homes’ practically designed, energy efficient house types including terraced, semi-detached and detached homes as well as townhouses.

Of the 265 properties on the development, 20 per cent will be affordable homes.

Work at Foxgrove Village is scheduled to start in April. It is anticipated that the first properties will be released for sale in May and the first residents will move into their new homes in November.

Avant Homes East Midlands managing director, Ben Felton, said: “As a business, we are committed to providing quality new homes for everyone in locations where people want to live.

“We know from the popularity of our nearby Wilbur Chase development in Ruddington that there is strong demand in the area for our practically designed, energy efficient multi-tenure new homes.

“We now look forward to starting work on Foxgrove Village to provide local residents and people wanting to move to Clifton with a range of homes at a variety of price points.

“We have great mix of properties that will appeal to everyone from first time buyers, to second steppers, families and downsizers.

“This is demonstrated by the significant number of sales enquiries we already have for Foxgrove Village and, now that we have been granted planning, we expect demand to increase further.”

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