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Plans for 114 new homes in Edwinstowe

Posted onPosted on 18th Jan

Housebuilder Honey has acquired a 10-acre site in Edwinstowe and submitted planning to deliver a £42m, 114 new home development.

The proposed site, which will be called Homes by honey at Thoresby Vale, is located off Ollerton Road and part of the wider Thoresby Vale masterplan. The land was acquired from land and property regeneration company Harworth Group.

Subject to planning permission, Homes by honey will comprise a mix of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes and will include semi-detached and detached properties.

Sheffield-headquartered Honey says its house types have all been specifically designed to combine style, substance and sustainability for the benefit of buyers. Prices for homes at the development will be released if planning is granted.

Honey chief executive officer, Mark Mitchell said: “Our proposed development will provide much needed new homes for people living in, or wanting to move to, Edwinstowe whether they are first time buyers, second steppers, families or downsizers.

“We have painstakingly designed a range of house types that combine style, substance and sustainability. This ensures our buyers, and the wider community in which we build, benefit from a high quality, high specification development.

“We are excited by the opportunity to make our vison for our Homes by honey development a reality and we now look forward to Nottinghamshire County Council considering our plans for the site.”

Standard features in every Honey home include bi fold doors; individually-designed, fully-integrated kitchens; and boutique-style bathrooms with a signature free-standing bath and full-height tiling. All properties will have an electric vehicle charging point.

In addition, the house types will accommodate the Future Homes Standard, which requires all new homes being built from 2025 onwards to produce 75-80 per cent less carbon emissions.

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