Sold. Residential Development Land, Leicestershire
Manor Oak Homes have successfully completed the following projects with landowners to maximise it’s potential with the schemes being sold or developed.
The information in this section is published from the consultation boards and sale documentation that is historic to the final scheme.
LAND OFF WARWICK ROAD, KIBWORTH, Leicestershire
Manor Oak Homes is pleased to confirm that the land off Warwick Road, Kibworth is “SOLD”.
- Land with the benefit of outline planning permission for 110 dwellings;
- Comprises of both market and affordable dwellings and public open space;
- Access will be off the existing Warwick Road;
- The site is aproximately 5.2 hectares (12.8 acres)
Freehold Interest Sold through the Agents
View Consultation Boards
Manor Oak Homes published development information and reports onto their website back in 2015 to take in the community feedback and local residents thoughts and comments.
The proposal for a 110 new homes comprising of both market value dwellings and affordable dwellings with car parking, open space with strategic landscaping and POS.
You can access this information here.
Other successfully completed projects maximising land values
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MANOR OAK HOMES MAXIMISING THE FINANCIAL BENEFIT FOR LANDOWNERS since 2010.
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