Larkfleet starts work on new Whittlesey development

LK924Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes has started work on a new housing development in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.

The new development, called Whittlesey Green, is located between Drybread Road and Eastrea Road in the town.

The first phase of Whittlesey Green will comprise 120 homes, including 15 different house types ranging from two-bedroom starter homes to five-bedroom executive homes. The development has been designed with plenty of space for residents to live and grow a real community.

Larkfleet will include PV (photovoltaic) solar panels as standard on all properties at Whittlesey Green, so homebuyers can benefit from reduced energy bills and generate an income from selling their excess energy to the grid under the government’s Feed in Tariff scheme.

Larkfleet CEO Karl Hick commented: “I am delighted to see work start in Whittlesey as the properties will help meet the local demand for new housing.

“The variety of property types available at Whittlesey Green means that there will be something to suit a range of homebuyers.”

Last year, Larkfleet asked pupils at Whittlesey’s Alderman Jacobs Primary School to come up with names that it could incorporate into the new housing development. Larkfleet will seek approval to use some of the school’s suggested names for streets or areas in the new development.

Larkfleet has several developments across the East Midlands and East of England including Bourne (Lincolnshire), Baston and Pinchbeck (Lincolnshire), Oakham (Rutland) and Peterborough (Cambridgeshire) which offer plenty of choice for those looking to purchase a home.

For more details on the new Whittlesey Green development, call Larkfleet Homes on 01778 391550.

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