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Waltham Abbey, Essex

Manor Oak Homes are pleased to annouce we are promoting a proposed new development at land north of Parklands, Waltham Abbey.

Our Vision:

Manor Oak Homes are promoting the land north of Parklands, Waltham Abbey for a residential-led development of around 425 market and affordable dwellings, areas of publicly accessible open space and associated infrastructure. The land forms part of the Waltham Abbey North Masterplan Area that has been allocated in the emerging Epping Forest Local Plan for approximately 740 new homes, a new local centre and community facility, traveller pitches and publicly accessible open space.

We are looking forward to progressing the Waltham Abbey North Masterplan Area working with Epping Forest District Council, Essex County Council, Waltham Abbey Town Council and other local stakeholders to bring forward this new strategic sustainable development to help meet local houing needs.

We welcome your views

Further news on this project is expected Autumn 2020

FEEDBACK : Land north of Parklands, Waltham Abbey

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You can write to our Planning Consultants at:
Armstrong Rigg Planning
The Exchange
Colworth Science Park
MK44 1LZ

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Manor Oak Homes is a multi-disciplined company that specialises in promotional agreements and option agreements for strategic land opportunities co-founded by John Briggs and William Main in 2010.

We beleive in working on an open-book basis, building a strong relationship with clients, consultants, political bodies and industry contacts alike. We insist on working in a spirit of good faith, ensuring that we work in an environment of transparency and trust. We do not rely on a board, or the excuse of a board not to get things done, and will always pick up the phone at the first opportunity.

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