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New Churchdown homes released for sale

Bellway and Ashberry Homes have opened the doors to a development of 465 new homes, which will lead to £5.7m of investment in Churchdown.

The first homes at Pirton Fields, in Cheltenham Road East, Churchdown, have now been released for sale. The development will include a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes.

Bellway will build 368 homes at Pirton Fields, of which 131 will be designated as affordable housing. Ashberry Homes will build 97 homes, of which 32 will be affordable.

Daniel Shone, sales manager for Bellway, said: "Pirton Fields will play a significant role in the expansion of Churchdown. The range of properties has been put together with the needs of the local market in mind. We have worked closely with Ashberry Homes and the local planning team to ensure the designs complement the existing homes in the village.

"So far, the homes have generated a significant amount of interest from people looking to buy a brand new home in the area. The village location and proximity to Cheltenham and Gloucester are important to the appeal of Pirton Fields."

Bellway and Ashberry Homes will invest almost £5m in education for pre-school, primary and secondary pupils in the area as part of their planning agreement. A further £760,000 will be spent on road improvements, including work at Elmbridge Court roundabout.

Carly Maidment, sales manager for Ashberry Homes, said: "We were confident that Pirton Fields would resonate with local homebuyers and the early signs suggest this will be a popular development.

"It was important to provide a wide range of homes. We are confident this development will meet the needs of many local buyers, whether they are first-time buyers, families looking for more space or people who simply want to enjoy the benefits of a low-maintenance, energy-efficient new home."

Both Bellway and Ashberry Homes are currently selling three and four-bedroom houses at Pirton Fields, with two-bedroom houses to be released soon.

Both sales offices are open by appointment only with social distancing measures in place.

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