House-hunters are being given the opportunity to custom build their own home in a new development being created in the heart of Shropshire.
Plots are now available in Holywell Lane, a rural spot near Lightmoor, Telford, with outline planning permission already granted for 17 new homes - which owners can design, plan and construct themselves.
Nock Deighton’s Land and New Homes Department is marketing the site, and the development is a rare opportunity in a hugely popular area.
We are marketing the site on behalf of Potton, which is a specialist company with a national reputation for designing and providing self-build kits for people to build their own home.
Specialists from Potton provide the full range of support needed to design and build your home, including design, planning and technical support, as well as linking with project managers and contractors to actually do the work.
The Holywell Lane site is surrounded by trees in a rural setting accessed by a private road, so it will be a quiet and secluded development with the added bonus of being in easy reach of Telford Shopping Centre and road links.
It’s a really exciting opportunity and we are expecting a lot of interest. I would advise anyone interested to get in touch as soon as possible.
The plots range in price from £84,000 to £185,000, with outline planning permission for up to three, four and five-bedroom detached properties. Work on installing infrastructure on the site is expected to begin in the autumn.
It is a perfect opportunity for anyone who perhaps hasn’t considered a self-build option before because they thought it would be too complicated or costly. The custom-build concept provided by Potton enables people to design their own home with all the support needed every step of the way.
We will provide all the expertise and support to purchase the plot, and then you sit down with the specialist advisors at Potton to go through the design guide and start designing your own home - exactly as you want it.
It’s really exciting and we are delighted to be part of it.
For more information, contact the Nock Deighton Telford office on 01952 292300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org