Planning granted for £20.35m residential scheme in Matlock

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Housebuilder Honey will build 75 new one-, two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes in Matlock after being granted planning permission for a £20.35m development.

Called Hazel, the development is located opposite Matlock Golf Club on Chesterfield Road and will comprise maisonettes, terraces, semi-detached and detached properties.

The development is Honey’s second in Derbyshire, its first being a £14m, 50-new home development called Amber in South Normanton, near Alfreton.

Work on site at Hazel is scheduled to start in spring with the first residents expected to move into their new homes by the end of this year.

As well as providing new homes for the area, Honey is also making a £670,000 contribution to initiatives that will benefit the local community.

Honey Chief Executive Officer, Mark Mitchell, said: “Hazel generated a great deal of interest from prospective buyers from the moment we announced plans had been submitted.

“Our development will provide much needed new homes for people living in and around Matlock whether they are first time buyers, second steppers, families or downsizers.”

Since the start of the year Honey has secured three further sites across the East Midlands. The housebuilder has exchanged contracts on a site in Duckmanton and acquired

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