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More than 50 homes completed at Brockworth development

Bellway has finished construction work on 57 of the 135 new homes it is delivering at its Millbrook Grove development in Brockworth, Gloucester.

The developer is providing 99 houses for private sale and 36 affordable homes for local people through rent or shared ownership at the site off Mill Lane.

Thirty eight of the 99 private properties have now been completed and are occupied by their new owners, while a further 31 homes have been reserved.

Nineteen affordable homes have been built and handed over to housing association Aster Homes.

Millbrook Grove includes a mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties, ranging from two to five bedrooms in size.

The development is part of the Perrybrook scheme which is delivering 1,500 new homes in Brockworth along with new sports facilities, shops, public spaces, employment land, extra-care housing, and a community hub.

Daniel Shone, sales manager at Bellway Wales, said: "It is very encouraging to see the homes at Millbrook Grove being reserved at such a steady rate. These sales figures demonstrate the high demand for new housing in this part of Gloucestershire and indicate that the homes we are delivering are meeting the needs of housebuyers in the area.

"More than a third of the homes at Millbrook Grove are now being lived in. Thanks to the residents who have moved in so far, there is a friendly neighbourhood at our development and prospective homebuyers can expect to find a strong sense of community here.

"Our construction staff are working in close coordination with our sales team to deliver these homes as quickly as we can. We are estimating that all the properties at this site will be completed by the beginning of 2024."

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