Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes has had plans for 460 new houses, shops and a nursing home at Bassenhally Farm in Whittlesey approved by Fenland District Council. The development will help meet the need for new housing and facilities the area.
The company recently received consent for Leighfield Park, situated on the outskirts of Oakham, just eleven miles from Stamford. Leighfield Park will offer 143 traditional styled two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom properties starting from £149,995.
Larkfleet has strong links with both Fenland and Stamford. The company, part of the Larkfleet Group, will help reward the efforts of local businesses by sponsoring the ‘employee/team of the year' category of the Stamford Mercury Business Awards in order to reward individual diligence and effort that has made a difference within a company.
Larkfleet Homes, which is currently building a wide selection of new homes in Bourne and Deeping St James in Lincolnshire, Eye in Cambridgeshire and Oakham in Rutland, is also supporting the recognition of outstanding customer service through its sponsorship of the Fenland Enterprise Business Awards.
The ‘customer service' category of the Fenland Enterprise Business Awards will reward the hard work of a company that provides exceptional customer service on a daily basis and goes ‘that extra mile' for its customers.
Helen Jones, marketing director for the company, will help judge both award categories.
Jones commented: "At Larkfleet Homes, we understand the need for good customer service. Buying a new home and the moving-in process that follows is one of the most stressful times in a person's life. Our sales advisors make sure that the experience is as pleasant and stress-free as possible.
"However, great customer service is important to any business. Larkfleet Homes is pleased to recognise and reward the contribution of local business people who go ‘above and beyond' for their customers."