The final phase of Charterpoint’s popular housing development in Louth, Lincolnshire, is poised to get under way after the developer sold the remaining 40 plots to Snape Properties.
Planning permission was granted for a total of 240 homes at Westfield Park on the edge of the town in 2018.
Snape has been building the homes in phases and this latest deal between Charterpoint and Snape paves the way for the final 40 homes to be built on the 35-acre site, which also includes a new care home, now operational.
Charterpoint CEO Adrian Goose said: “Westfield Park has become an extremely desirable place to live and as a result of its popularity, we are excited to be releasing the final phase of the original development to Snape Properties.
“This will pave the way for the completion of the original 240 homes planned for the site, which has become a thriving community close to Louth and all the amenities that the town offers.”
The housing development features a mix of three and four-bedroom semi-detached houses and four and five-bedroom detached houses set within an attractive site layout.
Charterpoint, which is based at Edwalton near Nottingham, specialises in developing sustainable housing schemes, first-class senior living accommodation, mixed-use developments and primary care premises. Snape Properties is a Lincolnshire-based house builder.
For more information about Charterpoint, visit www.charterpointgroup.co.uk