North West Region to Launch Five New Sites

Five new developments will be launched in the North West in the first two months of 2023 delivering nearly 500 new homes.
In Greater Manchester, we are building 119 homes at Rectory Woods in Standish and 66 homes at Carding Place in Hyde.
In Lancashire, the first of 130 plots at Latune Gardens in Lathom, near Skelmersdale will be released for sale and sales will also start at Linley Grange 2 in Stalmine on the Fylde Coast, where we are building 74 new homes.
A further 96 homes are being built at High Hill View in New Mills, Derbyshire.
Richard Chamberlain, Managing Director at Wain Homes North West, said: “Launching five new developments totalling 485 new homes almost simultaneously at the start of 2023 demonstrates our appetite for ongoing residential investment across the North West. 
“These five schemes will significantly support Wain Homes in reaching its target of growing output from 1,102 homes in 2021 to 1,800 homes per year nationally by 2027, with just short of 580 homes per year being delivered in the North West alone.
“The past 12 months has been another highly successful year for Wain Homes and our pipeline of new developments is testament to the straightforward procurement of land we are able to achieve through independent ownership. We are able to offer a more flexible approach to land acquisition which can see a deal agreed in days rather than months and makes us an exciting proposition for those with land to sell.”
Wain Homes is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022, a year which also saw the housebuilder unveil a re-brand, and the new Rectory Woods development has particular significance for the company.
“Wain built its first ever home in Standish back in 1972,” explains Richard, “so launching Rectory Woods in the town where it all began seems a fitting and exciting way to start the new year.
“There is a great deal of brand loyalty to Wain Homes across the North West where customers have the confidence of the 50-year heritage and brand values behind the Wain name.”