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200 New Homes For Brough
200 New Homes For Brough
As part of the latest phase of the Brough South development, over 200 new homes are being brought forward, according to the Hull Daily Mail. An application for 225 new homes has been submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council by Barratt David Wilson Homes and the Brough South Consortium.
The Brough South development is a £200 million scheme that has already seen a new primary school, and the first phase of house-building is well underway. It will bring a total of around 750 new homes between the river-side of the Hull to Selby railway, and former Brough Aerodrome.
The scheme is a joint development between East Yorkshire property developer Horncastle Group Plc, landowners and developers Alma Jordan (Builders) Ltd, Riplingham Estates, and BAE Systems.
The new primary school, Hunsley Primary, has already opened as part of the development, and other amenities such as healthcare facilities, a supermarket, family-friendly pubs and restaurants, non-food shops and business premises will be created.
Germany-based supermarket chain Aldi has announced plans to develop a new food store at the Brough South development. The proposed supermarket will stand on the south of Bluebird Way, opposite Hunsley Primary at the entrance of the retail, leisure and commercial zone of the development.
An Aldi spokesperson said: “This is an excellent opportunity to continue the progress that has been made on what is an economically important site.
“We are making a significant investment in the area and an Aldi store has the potential to provide local jobs for local people. With existing stores in Willerby and Hull, we firmly believe this new store will be popular with the local community.”
As well as Aldi, there will be a range of new retail and leisure facilities. Liam Tate, planning manager at Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, said: “As well as building new homes and creating jobs, we always look to invest in and enhance our local communities, so they can develop and thrive.
“We’re excited to announce our phase two application to build 225 new homes at Brough South and look forward to keeping the community in Brough updated on progress.”
Work on the new homes will not commence until after the completion of work on the Brough Relief Road, which is scheduled for completion in spring 2021. The new road will run between Humber Enterprise Park and Skillings Lane to Moor Road, to provide a direct route to the A63, and reduce congestion in Brough town centre.
The Welton/Elloughton junction on the A63 is also scheduled for improvement in 2021 to accommodate the additional traffic associated with Brough South.
Ian Hodges, managing director of Horncastle Group, said: “David Wilson Homes is a nationally recognised premium brand and one that is synonymous with high quality, well-designed houses. We are extremely pleased to have David Wilson on board and look forward to seeing the next phase of development.”
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