10.6 C
Lancashire
Saturday, June 15, 2024

Applethwaite Scheme Brings New Homes to Hutton

Construction work has begun on an exciting new housing development in Hutton, Lancashire, helping to increase the number of new build properties in the sought-after rural location.

The Walton Gardens development from residential developer Applethwaite, part of the Eric Wright Group, comprises 46 two, three and four bedroom homes and three-bed dormer bungalows.

Located just off Liverpool Road and opposite Hutton C of E Grammar School, the scheme also includes a car park to be used by parents during drop off and pick up at the all-boys school and co-ed sixth form, helping to ease traffic on the main road.

The sales office at Walton Garden’s opened this week and the show home is on track to finish July 2017.

Around 16 homes are due to complete on site in 2017, with the remaining due to finish by summer 2018. The first properties to be released start from £320,000 for a 4 bedroom detached ‘Winster’ house type.

As part of Applethwaite’s ongoing commitment to help the communities that it operates in, the developer has donated £500 each to two local primary schools, Longton and St Oswald’s, to use as they wish to improve on campus facilities. Longton Primary School is using the donation to fund two new roofs for its outdoor class areas.

Colin Hetherington, director of Applethwaite Ltd, said: “Opportunities to purchase a new build home in Hutton are rare and we’ve been overwhelmed by the number of enquiries, with hundreds of people already signed up to a waiting list.

“There’s huge popularity in areas close to high performing schools, with Hutton no exception, and we look forward to completing the development that’s been designed with a cross section of buyers in mind.”

spot_imgspot_img

Latest

Bespoke named Best Place to Work by The Sunday Times

Chorley-based digital marketing agency Bespoke has been named by the...

Sky Bet Bonus Code 50/1 England to Wear White – Get £50 Free Bets

New customers at Sky Bet this June, ahead of...

US Open: McIlroy and Cantlay share lead after round one

Rory McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay hold a share of...
spot_img

Subscribe to our newsletter

Business Lancashire will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.

Don't miss

Benefits of a fire alarm system

Whether for your business or at home, having a...

Remember these seven live casino tips for your next game

Live casinos have changed online gaming as we know...

How to keep your banking details safe online

With online banking at our fingertips, it’s never been...

Discover Why The Pirate Queen: A Forgotten Legend is the VR Game You Can’t Miss

The Pirate Queen: A Forgotten Legend, starring Lucy Liu,...

More News

Lancaster shop worker fined for selling vape to underage girl

A man working in a Lancaster vape shop has been fined £916 for selling a disposable flavoured vape to a teenager without asking for...

One in three businesses in Lancashire fail test knife purchases

Trading Standards revealed that one in three Lancashire businesses failed their test purchases for knife sales. Operation Sceptre, an operation focusing on knife crime, involved...

Five Preston stores fail underage knife sales test

Five out of eight traders in Preston have failed a knives test purchase set up by Trading Standards officers and police. Young volunteers from across...