Exciting new 58-home Bellway housing scheme opens in Bradford on Avon

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19th February, 2019
New development opens in Bradford on Avon

A new development of 58 homes which will also bring allotments, a community orchard and children’s play facilities to Bradford on Avon has been opened to the public.
Tithecote Manor, off Holt Road, is a development of three, four and five-bedroom homes which is currently under construction by housebuilder Bellway. With work progressing well, a new sales centre has now opened on site.
As part of the planning agreement, Bellway will be making financial contributions of over £500,000 towards local infrastructure as well as providing affordable housing for local people and key workers.
Christel Hawkins, Sales Manager for Bellway South West, said: “We’re very excited about the new homes at Tithecote Manor, and we’ve already had significant interest from local people and from customers further afield.
“This site benefits from a fine rural location on the edge of a handsome town, and the orchard land will be a real bonus for residents. And of course Bradford on Avon benefits from excellent commuter links to Bath, Bristol and Swindon.
“Tithecote Manor offers a range of homes suitable for buyers at all stages of the property ladder, from first-time buyers through to growing families and downsizers, so we are confident that there is something for everyone here which will really meet the needs of local buyers.
“We are already getting a great deal of interest in the development, so I would encourage house-hunters to get in touch quickly to avoid missing out.”
More information is available by contacting the Tithecote Manor sales office on 07976 237069 or visiting the website at bellway.co.uk.
Bellway secured five-star builder status with the Home Builders Federation (HBF) earlier this year. This five-star rating was achieved after more than nine in ten customers who responded to the HBF’s National New Home Customer Satisfaction Survey said they would recommend Bellway to a friend.
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Comments

    • More fake-old houses from a housing developer. When are we going to enter the 21st century?

      • Absolutely. I suspect the planning system kills innovative modern design. I’m tired of the depressing, boring, faux-traditional styles of new developments. If our forbears had had our attitudes, we’d still be living in wattle-and-daub huts.

    • Pretty much all the new developments around BoA are not very nice especially the bumpy covering stone on a lot of them. Having been inside a few when house hunting they also lack any discernable character. Where is the conservation society when needed? I’d rather see something contemporary and stylish than all this fake georgian rubbish. Why aren’t we building with more wood and glass to make them zero carbon and stylish. Not the same tired, cheap designs.

      My biggest bug bear is Kingston Mills which is a dump. Cheap, shoddy, grubby, the hideous doors facing onto the main road and the poor quality terracing and cheap wooden and metal pole white railings are just embarrasing. There really is very little choice from a quality perspective it’s such a shame.

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