executive collection of 4 & 5 bedroom homes
ANWYL Homes has submitted a detailed planning application for a new 85-home venture set to form the final phase of the Shavington Triangle development.
Proposals for the eight-acre site, off Newcastle Road, are for 59 private sale homes and 26 new affordable homes, in a mix of bungalow, mews, semi-detached and detached designs, alongside public open space and a new play area.
It is estimated the project will support around 260 local jobs*.
As part of a hybrid planning application, Anwyl has also submitted outline plans for a 700 square metre retail unit to the north west of the site with associated parking.
Phil Dolan, managing director for Anwyl Homes Cheshire and North Wales, said: “Our proposed new development is on the edge of the village, close to Nantwich and Crewe, in an extremely well-connected and sustainable location for new homes. Our plans include a wide choice of properties from one to four-bedrooms so would meet the needs of everyone from first time buyers to larger families and downsizers.
“It is part of a wider project, bringing much needed new homes to this sought-after semi-rural part of Cheshire.”
The wider development is allocated for housing under the local plan and has outline planning consent for new homes. Persimmon has completed the first phase and is underway with phase two.
Anwyl has exchanged contracts with the landowners and, subject to planning, hopes to begin work on the new homes in the new year.
The company is already well-known in the area for its Alexandra Gardens development, off Sydney Road, Crewe, where it is building a range of three and four-bedroom homes within walking distance of the town centre.
Headquartered just over the Welsh border in Ewloe, Flintshire, Anwyl is a family run business and takes a thoughtful approach to creating its developments, focusing on building communities that include new homes, green spaces, play areas and more. See www.anwylhomes.co.uk for more information.
*A report by Lichfields for the Home Builders Federation in 2018 revealed that the housebuilding industry generated £38 billion of economic output each year in Great Britain and supported 3.1 jobs for every home built.