Expanding Romsey's housing stock
The quaint market town of Romsey in Hampshire has long been a coveted catchment for homeowners looking for a leafy suburb that also offers great amenities and schools. But, with housing stock within the town's historic centre at a minimum, developers looking to capitalise on Romsey's enduring popularity have had to turn their attentions to the surrounding areas.
A £3 million infrastructure contract
Local planning authorities granted Wyatt Homes and Morrish Builders permission for 56 new residential units on the Luzborough Green plot. The developers opted to split the land into two-, three- and four-bedroom homes to appeal to as wide a range of buyers as possible.
We were awarded the £3 million contract to complete the entire groundwork infrastructure for all 56 new domestic dwellings, including sewer works, drainage, surfacing and roads. The total development works on-site was estimated to take around 18 months (weather permitting) and excavations for the initial earthworks were planned for September 2017.
Hi-spec homes in a covetable catchment
The exteriors of the homes bear many hallmark features that emulate the original character of the buildings found in Romsey town itself, thereby further cementing the connection between the new community and its largest local neighbour.
The internal finishings are equally as impressive, with a strong design scheme completed to excellent quality standards – in keeping with Luzborough Green's desirable postcode.
Excellent transport links
The site not only benefits from fast and accessible rail links to Romsey, but the M27 and M3 links it to Southampton, Winchester and the New Forest National Park – emphasising the appeal of living in Luzborough Green's semi-rural location.