Housebuilder starts work on new homes at Wellingborough's Glenvale Park
Taylor Wimpey is building 261 homes at the development to the north of the town
Taylor Wimpey East Midlands has started construction of its 261 homes at the Glenvale Park development.
When construction is complete, the developer will be offering a selection of one to five-bedroom homes, including apartments, terraced, semi-detached and detached properties.
These have been designed to provide a range of options for both first-time buyers and growing families.
As part of the planning agreement with Wellingborough Council, Taylor Wimpey is also investing more than £1,040,000 in the local community under the Section 106 agreement.
The contribution will be put towards secondary education, the local travel plan and improvements to the town centre.
Rob Curry, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey East Midlands: “We are excited for work to start at Glenvale Park in Wellingborough.
"This development will provide a great selection of homes, while benefiting from commutable routes into Northampton.
“As one of the largest housebuilders in the UK, we are committed to building more than just homes, ensuring we add social, economic and environmental value to the wider communities we operate in.”
As well as Taylor Wimpey, Barratt Homes, Keepmoat Homes and Lagan Homes will build homes on Glenvale Park, the land north of Niort Way and west of the A509 Harrowden Road.
To read more about the Taylor Wimpey homes or to register your interest, visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.
As well as 3,000 new homes including some affordable housing Glenvale Park will have a business park providing an anticipated 3,000 new jobs, a local centre with retail and food and drink amenities, two primary schools, a community hub with a comm,unity centre, nursery, public square and family play park, as well as parkland covering more than 200 acres.
For more details on Glenvale Park, click here.
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