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More new homes coming to South Gloucestershire

Housebuilder Barratt Homes Bristol has been granted permission by South Gloucestershire Council to build just over 200 new homes as part of the popular  Ladden Garden Village development in Yate.

This next phase will offer buyers a choice of two, three and four bedroom homes which feature a range of energy efficient features.

Barratt Homes is committed to sustaining and protecting local wildlife on its developments and neighbouring green spaces. Not only will the surrounding trees and hedgerows along the boundaries of the new phase be retained, there will also be an extension of existing environmental features such as hedgehog highways, bat and swift boxes and bee bricks.

Andrea Pilgrim, sales director for Barratt Homes Bristol said: “We are pleased to have received planning permission by South Gloucestershire Council to provide more much-needed new homes here in Yate. Ladden Garden Village has been an extremely popular development and has quickly established itself as a thriving and growing community.”

The suburban location has excellent public transport connections as well as being close to local amenities including Yate Shopping Centre.  Yate train station is under a 15 minute drive away and there is easy access to both Bristol and Gloucester. The new homes are a stone’s throw away from nearby areas of open space and sport pitches and is close to the ‘Good’ Ofsted rated Brimsham Green School.

Construction is due to start in the summer with homes ready to move into early next year.

People searching for a new property in the South West can now access guidance from mortgage brokers, conveyancers, and sales advisers in a newly launched podcast series hosted by Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes. The ‘New Home Buyers’ podcast tackles a different subject in each edition, including mortgage mattersovercoming the challenges of first-time buying, and the costs of moving house and running a new home.

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