A Bellway development which generated a £1.5 million investment for Brampton and the surrounding areas has sold out.
Brampton Gate, off Laws Crescent in the village of Brampton, features a collection of 150 new build homes.
The first homes at Brampton Gate were released for sale just over three years ago, when building work had just started.
As the construction programme nears completion, most of the homes are already occupied and the final residents will move in over the coming months.
Luke Southgate, Sales Director for Bellway Northern Home Counties, said: “Brampton Gate is a stunning development in a residential area on the edge of this sought-after village.
“Many of our customers have been particularly keen to move to Brampton Gate because it is in an established part of the village.
“We have installed footpaths through the development linking to popular walking routes and created new green open spaces for residents living at Brampton Gate and nearby. The first of these spaces opened in May 2019, when trees and shrubs had been planted around a 10.5-acre landscaped area.
“The village itself combines semi-rural charm with exceptional transport links, including the newly upgraded A1 and A14 sections around Huntingdon.
“Each of these factors builds the picture of why this development has been so attractive to people looking to set down roots in Brampton.”
As part of its planning agreement for Brampton Gate, Bellway committed £1.5 million towards education and public services through a Community Infrastructure Levy, known as CIL. A further £54,000 was allocated to new digital boards at bus stops which provide real-time information for passengers.
Bellway also built 60 affordable homes at Brampton Gate, which were made available to local people through shared ownership or rental.
The remaining 90 homes were three, four and five-bedroom houses which were sold privately.
Since work started at Brampton Gate, Bellway has chosen to support local causes, including Brampton Primary School and Huntingdon Rugby Club.
Bellway site manager Paul Lawrence was recognised for his exceptional work at the development by the NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards scheme.
Bellway continues to build in the Huntingdon area, with a new development to follow at Whitehill Gardens in Godmanchester.
For more information on new Bellway homes across the area, see https://www.bellway.co.uk/new-homes/northern-home-counties.
- All homes are now sold at Bellway’s Brampton Gate development in Brampton