Bloor Homes given green light to build new homes in Brereton

Plans for a new housing development in Brereton on the rural edge of Holmes Chapel have been given the ‘go-ahead’ by officers at Cheshire East Council.

Councillor John Wray, accompanied by Councillor Les Gilbert, cut the ribbon and pronounced the Bloor Homes at Bluebell Green development open. Commenting on the development, Councillor John Wray said: “It is a great honour to formally open Bloor Homes at Bluebell Green. This is an attractive and thoughtfully designed development providing much-needed new homes for the local area.  
“The development will provide more than just new housing. The whole community in Brereton will benefit from the new open spaces and improvements to the local area that form part of the overall plan for the site.”

Located off London Road, this first phase of the development sees the launch of 76 new homes, including a three-bedroom show home for prospective buyers to explore.
When complete, the development will comprise 190 new homes, ranging from two- to five-bedrooms as well as landscaped public open spaces, including a nature reserve and children’s play area. 
Rhys Nicholson, Managing Director at Bloor Homes North West, said: “We were delighted to welcome Councillor John Wray and Councillor Les Gilbert to the launch of the first phase of Bloor Homes at Bluebell Green. “Our homes here have been designed to offer buyers at all stages on the property ladder a spacious, contemporary place to live and our new show home is indicative of the high-quality properties we will be building on site. “Bloor Homes at Bluebell Green is ideally located amid untouched countryside and within close proximity to a good selection of local amenities and excellent schools. Easy access to the M6 motorway, as well as good road and rail links make this an appealing location for both commuters and families.
“Since we first announced our plans to build in Brereton, we have experienced a high volume of interest from buyers, so I would urge prospective home-buyers to act quickly to ensure that they do not miss out.”  

 As part of the Section 106 agreement with Cheshire East Council, Bloor Homes will provide £1,063,760 in financial contributions to the local area. This will include £550,376 towards highways improvements, £473,938 towards education, and funding for public rights of way improvements.