Plans in place for 13 more homes as first phase of development is completed
West Lindsey District Council building control officer Jodi Wray, Peter Bond of Cyden Homes and Phillip Westmorland of West Lindsey building control, pictured outside one of the completed homes on the Pingley Park development
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 27 Apr 2018
The first phase of a housing development near Brigg has been officially completed after all 20 properties were sold.
And plans are now in place for a further 13 homes in a second phase of building at the Pingley Park site, off Bigby High Road.
The Cyden Homes development, on land next to Brigg Garden Centre, includes a range of four and five-bedroom detached properties.
All of the initial 20 homes have been sold within a two-year period, with several being bought using the Government's Help to Buy scheme which aims to help people step onto or rise up the property ladder.
Peter Bond, sales and marketing director for Cyden Homes, said: "We are so pleased that all homes in phase one of the development have sold over a two year period, and delighted that several of the homes were purchased with the assistance of the Government supported Help to Buy scheme.”
"We have enjoyed a superb relationship with West Lindsey and North East Lincs Building Control on this development – they have been supportive throughout, have reacted with urgency to our queries and requests and have been thoroughly professional in our dealing with them. We look forward to working with them again in the future."
Homes which form part of the cul-de-sac development include features such as bespoke kitchens, fitted wardrobes and vanity units and some have wide-ranging rural views.
Councillor Jessie Milne, housing champion for West Lindsey District Council, said: "The properties at Pingley Park are an exceptional example of quality built homes, and I’m delighted to see another housing development completed in the district."
A planning application has now been submitted to the council for a further 13 homes at the site, with some of the properties set to feature stunning views of the Wolds.
A design and access statement submitted with the plans says the second phase will include a mixture of three, four and five-bedroom homes, which the developer says reflects the demand for family homes in varying sizes.