Sixteen new developments launching across the UK this year
It’s going to be a busy 12 months for our construction and sales teams with 16 different developments opening through the course of the coming year.
Customers continue to want to move up or get onto the property ladder and these new schemes will create a varied mix of 1,885 high quality new homes in great locations.
The developments are spread across our three operating regions covering the South West, the Severn Valley and the North West.
Wain Group executive chairman Will Ainscough said: “We are focussed on continuing to build a wide range of high quality homes in areas with existing strong communities.
“Our pipeline of sites demonstrates our ability to procure new land, based on the company’s long-standing reputation, a straightforward approach due to independent ownership and our track record in delivering high quality, sustainable developments.”
The developments will see three new sites starting in the North West delivering a total of 275 new homes. These include, Whittingham Lane, Broughton with 44 new homes and the third phase of Kingsley Manor, Thornton-Cleveleys at which will have 184 new homes.
In the South West four sites will create a total of 504 new homes including 202 at Tencreek in Liskeard, Cornwall and a further phase of 150 homes at Chudleigh near Exeter.
The Severn Valley will see the most activity with nine new sites launching this year which will deliver 1,106 new homes.
The schemes range from Grove Chase in Warminster, Wiltshire which will have 39 properties when complete, to Mead Fields in Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset with a total of 178 new homes.
The region also takes in Hill Wood Gardens, Coventry, West Midlands which will provide 208 new homes.
Will added: “This commitment to continued growth and delivery makes the Wain Group an attractive proposition for the best industry talent as we continue to acquire more sites to bring through the planning system.
“We are all looking forward to a really positive 12-months, building homes that are part of the community in beautiful locations where people want to live.”