Gelder Living has secured a further development site. This latest acquisition is on land off Littleborough Lane, Marton where it will develop 9 bungalows for sale on the open market.
Despite an ageing population and high demand, just 2,418 bungalows were built in the UK during 2018. In line with our Vision of ‘creating high quality affordable homes that inspire communities’ Gelder Living intends to improve on that statistic.
Gelder Living currently has 49 properties under construction at Kirton-in-Lindsey, Knaith, and Gainsborough with a further 7 sites and 70 plots under consideration. For more information about Gelder Living, please get in touch.
Work has started on site at Grayingham Road, Kirton Lindsey where the company is delivering 16 new properties in a joint venture with housing provider Ongo.
The £2m development consists of 6 semi-detached two bedroom houses and 10 two bed semi-detached bungalows.
The first properties will be ready for occupation during the Autumn of 2020 and a large proportion of the work will involve the further development of the Groups growing intake of career College Construction Apprentices.
In 2014, with the help of HRH Princess Anne we said we’d create a brand called ‘Gelder Living’ that would develop ‘High quality affordable homes that improved communities’. This is now a reality with the first 9 bungalows hitting the market at Heynings Close, Knaith Park in Gainsborough.
The properties are low maintenance and come with generous garages, ample parking, PV electric solar panels, underfloor heating and fully fitted carpets. Pygott & Crone property agents are the marketing agent. For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Gelder Group have received planning for 16 new properties at Kirton-in-Lindsey, the result of three years hard work and tenacity, dealing with a plethora of public bodies.
The company now has a land bank of 47 plots as well as a further four sites at various stages within the planning system as it looks to rollout ‘Gelder Living’ and reintegrate itself within the private housing sector.
On the planning decision, which was awarded at appeal, CEO Steve Gelder comments:
Part of our 20 by 17 Vision was to become a developer of ‘high quality affordable homes’ and this hence has carried forward to Vision 2020 where we will be known for our ‘enterprising approach to new development opportunities’. So it was a good feeling to receive a positive inspectorate decision within hours of launching our Vision 2020.
The Group will now liaise with various statutory bodies, before hopefully being in a position to commence the development in the Autumn.