Work is under way on the first 80 homes to be built at a prime residential site in Lincolnshire, after Edwalton-based developer Charterpoint sold part of the land to house builders Snape Properties.
The 35-acre site in Louth has planning permission for 240 homes in total, as well as a two-acre allocation for senior living accommodation.
Charterpoint previously secured outline planning permission for Westfield Park, with reserved matter planning approval secured in September, and has now completed a sale to Snape Properties, who plan to build the first 80 homes.
“Westfield Park is a super site, close to Louth town centre, with its good range of services and amenities, and near to Fairfield Estate, which is the main employment area of the town,” said Adrian Goose, chief executive of the Charterpoint Group.
“It is adjacent to what is regarded as the premier residential area of Louth and will provide a spacious environment both in terms of plot size and extensive open space, including a play area and green streets.
“Charterpoint is delighted to announce that the green light has been signalled for the first phase of building to get under way, which will also provide the necessary infrastructure to enable the senior living area of the site to be developed.”
Charterpoint specialises in developing first-class senior living accommodation, sustainable housing schemes, and primary care premises.