Thousands Of Homes Set For Wynyard?

15th June 2022
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While there are many great homes on the market in Wynyard, the demand for property here means that there is a need for a lot more. If you are looking to sell your Wynyard home, you’ll be delighted to know there is a lengthy list of buyers looking for homes.

If you want to connect with property buyers in Wynyard, Anthony Jones is here to help you. We have a considerable track record in bringing buyers and vendors together, and we are highly active in and around Wynyard right now.

So, as a buyer, you know that you face considerable competition. We are more than happy to assist you if you are looking for guidance. As said, we bring buyers and vendors together, and our work in helping home buyers and sellers means everyone is happy.

However, people cannot overlook that Wynyard needs more homes.

People are calling out for property in Wynyard

This is why it is positive to hear there are plans to create over 1,000 homes in the local area. This is part of the Wynyard Park garden village, and the site stretches out across 151 acres. The land is found to the north of Stockton and south Sedgefield. There are currently many parkland sections and trees in the area, which creates debate about whether developers should use the land for housing.

We all want as much greenery as possible, but such is the demand for homes; developers will inevitably remove some areas like this to facilitate more property.

In January 2020, the development was recognised as a “garden village”, and a government support package of £8m is in place. There is a significant need for homes across the country, and there is backing for worthwhile causes.

What is a garden village?

A garden village is a self-contained area, distinct from surrounding areas, that should play host to between 1,500 and 10,000 homes.

In Wynyard, it is expected that the project will see close to 7,000 homes added to the local area.

There will be community benefits associated with this work

A planning statement states the area "seeks to consolidate the undeveloped land" in the area, which will hopefully enable the project to "reach its full potential". The statement also said; “The development would provide a significant range of benefits including social, environmental and economic. It is evident that the impacts of the proposal would not significantly and demonstrably outweigh the benefits of the proposal."

Hartlepool Council will decide if the project receives the green light, but there is no denying homes are needed in the local area, as they are across the country.

Contact Anthony Jones for all Wynyard property matters

If you are looking for help with any matter of the Wynyard property market, it is best to speak to property professionals. No one knows for sure what is going to happen next, so we won’t claim to have all the answers, but the Anthony Jones team is keen to help you as best we can. If you would like to contact us over housing matters, please call us today on 01325 776424.

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