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Its status as a historical conservation village is just one of the draws for homebuyers in Norton St Philip, location of Bloor Homes' Fortescue Fields development. The picturesque streets are set with beautiful countryside and the place is well connected to near and distant destinations.
Housebuilder Bloor Homes has submitted a planning application to build 400 new homes in Oxfordshire.
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A proposal to construct around 400 new homes in Pershore have gone on show, offering people an opportunity to offer their feedback on the plans for the scheme.
The first exhibition, concerning a development opposite Pershore High School, Station Road, took place on Friday (22 March) at the town hall, where developers Welbeck Strategic Land and Persimmon Homes displayed the plans for about 400 homes - a reduction on initial plans for up to 500 properties.
Mark Pawsey, the MP for Rugby, is urging more people, particularly those living and working in London, to consider buying a new home in Rugby, where buyers can generally get better value for money when it comes to purchasing property.
Housebuilder Bloor Homes will develop 33 new homes on a greenfield site in Kelsall after architecture practice, Broadway Malyan, successfully secured planning consent for the project on behalf of the developer.
Cheshire West & Chester Council's planning committee approved the new homes scheme, which will feature a wide selection of family properties and affordable homes.
With its mix of three- and four-bedroom property types, Arncott Fields in north Oxfordshire, just unveiled by Bloor Homes, is aimed primarily at family buyers, with a choice at present of six house types to choose from. The development, located just south of Bicester, will eventually comprise 48 homes.
With London property prices sky-high, there is a growing trend of Londoners, particularly young families, moving out of the capital in order to get more property for their money.
A planning application to develop 124 new homes in the Gloucestershire town of Fairford in the Cotswolds has moved a step closer to be approved after gaining the support of Cotswold District Council's planning committee.