Locking Parklands takes shape

St. Modwen Homes, the developer behind the Locking Parklands development on the former RAF Locking site, has reported that nearly 25 per cent of homes have already been sold in the latest phase.

Bucking the national trend, 8 of the 37 new homes in The Woodlands phase – which is due to be officially launched to the public next month – have all been sold off-plan, a trait that was considered to have disappeared when the housing market crashed in 2007.

Neil Simpson, Sales and Marketing director at St. Modwen Homes said: “To have sold such a significant proportion of homes in The Woodlands phase of Locking Parklands before it has even been launched is a clear indication of just how popular this site is amongst people living in the local area.”

When complete, the Woodlands phase will boast seven new house designs with three, four and five bedroom houses all available to purchase.

Locking Parklands, considered a key development site in North Somerset, is set in a large area of open parkland containing play areas and wildlife habitats, including a ‘dark corridor’ over various ponds, providing the low levels of light that native bats need to forage for insects.

Additionally, existing mature trees have been conserved, not just for their visual appeal but because some of them have importance as memorials to the servicemen who were based at RAF Locking.

To reserve a copy of the new brochure contact the St. Modwen Homes sales team on 0844 243 4545. More details can be found at www.lockingparklands.co.uk

 

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