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Secured planning permission for more homes in Eastwood

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St. Modwen Homes, the dedicated housebuilding arm of developer St. Modwen, has secured planning permission for a further 10 homes and a play area at its development off Newmanleys Road in Eastwood – bringing the total number of dwellings to 50.

The housebuilder will bring a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes and maisonettes, all designed with its signature contemporary style, featuring higher ceilings and taller windows than most new homes.

Built on the site of the former Beamlight Automotive Seating factory, which closed in 2012, the development has experienced significant remediation works to transform the brownfield land in preparation for the building work.

While the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic temporarily paused most home building across the UK, St. Modwen Homes is delighted to be back on site and progressing on schedule. It is expected that homeowners will be able to explore the development’s Homebuyer Hub and showhomes from July.
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Martin Install, Regional Managing Director – North at St. Modwen Homes, said:

“It’s a great pleasure to announce that we’ll be delivering even more of our thoughtfully designed homes to the people of Eastwood.

“The development, which we’ve named Lawrence Mill in honour of the locally born author of D.H. Lawrence, will offer a quiet place for homebuyers to settle down on the outskirts of the historic town of Eastwood.

“Like all of our developments, we’re committed to building well-designed and spacious streets, with open space and greenery for residents to enjoy.”

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