Mulbury granted planning for new homes in Euxton

24th June 2019

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Mulbury has won planning permission to build 51 new homes in Euxton, Chorley, on behalf of One Vision Housing.

The homes, being built in partnership with registered housing provider One Vision Housing, will be located on land between Wigan Road, Dunrobin Drive and the River Yarrow.

The two, three and four-bedroom homes, pictured in the street scene visual above, will comprise a mix of homes for affordable rent and shared ownership.

David Wroe, operations director for Mulbury, said: “We’re excited to be moving forward with this project which will see this site sensitively developed to provide much-needed new homes in Euxton.

“As well and ensuring these homes complement others in the local area, a new public open space will be created in the development including footpaths and ponds. We aim to start work on site this summer with a completion for development expected in Autumn 2020.

“This is our third scheme for One Vision Housing following the success of housing developments in Ainsdale and Liverpool. We’re proud to be supporting One Vision Housing’s efforts to provide new affordable housing in the region.”

Helen Reddington, head of sales at One Vision Housing, added: “We are delighted to have planning permission to build 51 new homes in Euxton. This is our first development in Chorley and we are excited to bring a mix of house types and tenure to provide opportunities that will help local people to access well designed new homes, in an area where high house prices and rents can make it difficult to find an affordable home. We are also thrilled to be working again with Mulbury Homes to continue our successful partnership to provide quality homes in the North West.”

Mulbury worked with One Vision Housing, part of Sovini Group, to create 66 new shared ownership and rent to buy homes on the former Walton Hospital site in Liverpool. The homes were completed in March this year.

In 2017 it also completed a development of 24 two-bedroom apartments in Ainsdale, known as Sandbrook Meadows, on behalf of One Vision Housing. Aimed at older people, eight homes in the development include assisted living features for people with a range of care needs.