Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has revealed plans for 250 new homes across three new sites in Yorkshire.
The FTSE250 developer has entered into contracts on three sites in East Ayton, North Yorkshire, Swanland in East Yorkshire and in Wilberfoss, near York. It has outlined plans for a mix of properties, including affordable homes, at each.
The Swanland site, which is more than 20 acres, is located on the southern edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, with Hull to the east, Beverley to the north and the Humber Bridge and A63 within three miles. It will comprise 150 two to five bedroom homes and bungalows, including 25% affordable housing.
Meanwhile, the East Ayton site is just under five acres and located on Racecourse Road, five miles south west of Scarborough. Crest hopes to develop of 56 homes there, 30% of which will be affordable housing.
And the Wilberfoss site, on the outskirts of York, the six acre site will include around 60 two to five bedroom homes, including 25% affordable housing. Crest says the development on Mill Lane will provide an ideal location for those commuting into the city centre.
Works are expected to start at Swanland in the coming months, and East Ayton and Wilberfoss in early 2024, with sales starting for all three developments from early next year.
Guy Evans, managing director at Crest Nicholson Yorkshire, said: “The sites in Swanland, Wilberfoss and East Ayton are sought after destinations for homebuyers in the region, with strong commuting links and will allow us to provide increased choice of high quality, more energy efficient, new build homes with plenty of amenities nearby. We look forward to starting construction works later this year.”
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