10th May 2021
Construction nears completion at long-running Bardney housing development
Construction work on the latest phase of a housing development in Bardney – which has been taking shape in the village for the past 17 years – is nearing completion.
We are putting the finishing touches on the final properties in phase three at Manor Farm, where all the homes have been sold. Since 2004, we have delivered 194 homes on three parcels of land at the development, off St Lawrence Drive.
The third and most recent phase has brought 44 new homes, featuring a mix of two, three and four-bedroom houses, along with green open space and a new play area.
We have also provided a funding boost of more than £460,000 for local services through the planning agreement for the development, including £383,395 for education, £72,000 for health services and £10,736 for bus services.
Work on a new phase of homes is set to begin later this year.
Helene Key, Sales Manager for Chestnut Homes, said: “By delivering a broad mix of homes at Manor Farm, we have provided opportunities for people from Bardney to get onto the property ladder as well as attracting new residents to the village. “Bardney is a traditional village with a strong sense of community and that, along with its rural surroundings and proximity to Lincoln, is a huge part of its appeal. As a Lincolnshire housebuilder, we are proud to have become an established part of the community in the village over the past 17 years. “We look forward to continuing our long-running association with Bardney in the next phase of construction at Manor Farm, where work is set to begin later this year.”
We are now building new properties nearby at The Meadows in Dunholme and Kings Manor in Coningsby and other developments across Lincolnshire.
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