Planning Secured for Two Halewood Sites
Bellway Homes is pleased to announce it has received planning consent for 413 high-quality new-build homes in Halewood, Merseyside.
As part of the approved East Halewood masterplan, Bellway will bring forward two new residential developments which will feature a mix of 310 private and 103 affordable homes.
Halewood Oaks is set to be the larger of the two sites, and will comprise a total of 315 two, three and four-bedroom homes set around areas of landscaped public open green space.
Both Halewood Oaks and Plummers Meadow will feature a range of house types from Bellway’s new Artisan collection.
Bellway North West Sales Director, Jenny Bell, said: “We are delighted to secure planning consent for two beautiful new developments, our first in Halewood. Plans for both are superb and we are looking forward to getting started on-site later this year.
“Once complete, the developments will form part of an exciting new residential area in Halewood offering an excellent mix of high-quality new-build homes that are close to open green space, well placed for local amenities and served by good transport links.”
Within its development plan, Bellway will make a number of significant financial contributions to the locality, improving education, infrastructure and access to open space for residents in the immediate local area.
The two developments are the first in Halewood for the North West division of Bellway, which has its regional office at Hunts Cross in Liverpool.
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