A significant new £21.5 million housing development is bringing more than 100 new homes to Gloucestershire.

Sanctuary Homes is delivering 118 new properties at Chestnut Meadows on the outskirts of Gloucester.

The development features 60 two, three and four-bedroom houses as well as 58 one and two-bedroom apartments, available for shared ownership and affordable rent.

Work on the first phase of 40 homes is now nearly complete, with residents starting to move in. Construction of the remaining 78 units is underway and scheduled for completion in November 2021.

Sanctuary is working with contractor Crest Nicholson to deliver the new properties, which are supported by funding from Homes England.

Mark Battin, Sanctuary’s Development Manager, said: “We’re delighted to be delivering these much-needed new homes for people in Gloucestershire.

“The development is in a great location and offers a wide range of properties, making it ideal for first time buyers and growing families alike.”

Tracey Gallacher, Head of Sales and Marketing at Crest Nicholson South West, commented: “We look forward to welcoming residents to Chestnut Meadows.

“The delivery of these properties in partnership with Sanctuary Homes provides high quality, much-needed homes and enables more people to access housing and enter the property market through the part-rent, part-buy scheme.”

Chestnut Meadows is situated close to the A38 and M5 and just four miles away from Gloucester city centre.

For more information about this development and the homes available visit Chestnut Meadows.
 

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