Helping to contribute towards the delivery of the council’s Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension plans, the developer sets to start work in the late spring of the New Year and will be creating 18 new homes, with two marketed as affordable. The site forms part of the former NHS outpatient facility which requires the demolition of a small number of dilapidated buildings, the developer has agreed careful preservation of the plaque from the old hospital building which it will be donating to the Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life. 

The South West developer has gained a reputation for quality house building and Burrington Estates New Homes promises to bring the same attention to detail as with all of its other sites located throughout Devon, Cornwall and Dorset. 

The 2.47-acre plot will be transformed to feature a collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes, many will feature single or double garages, landscaped gardens, luxury fitted kitchens and bathrooms and smart home technology, with a small number of homes featuring vehicle charging points.

Colin Palmer, Managing Director for Burrington Estates New Homes, comments: “We are really pleased to be acquiring this site as it is in a good location, with easy access to rail and road links and homeowners will also benefit from much of the site having a mature tree-lined boundary.” 

Colin continues, “With both Blundells and Uffculme School within easy reach, we are anticipating huge demand for these new homes.” Tiverton itself is a delightful Devon countryside town, full of a range of both high street and independent retailers, set on the banks of the Grand Western Canal. 

Burrington Estates, who have new home developments in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset, is delighted to add Tiverton to their expanding portfolio. As with each development Burrington Estates undertake, each home created will benefit from exceptional quality and specification throughout. Burrington Estates will also include careful consideration, when redeveloping the land, for the number of protected trees on the site. Additionally Burrington Estates environmental charter sets out they will instigate or support at least one environmental activity for this development.  

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