Green light for nearly 130 homes in Leicestershire

Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council has approved for the development of 127 new homes in Sketchley Old Village, Burbage. 

The site will be delivered by Charles Church North Midlands and will be made up of one to five-bedroom properties. 

Under a Section 106 agreement, £860,000 will be pledged towards the local area, with £113,500 going towards early years education, £192,000 towards local highways improvements and over £108,000 towards public transport improvements.

Dan Endersby, managing director at Charles Church North Midlands said: We’re proud to have secured approval to deliver these new homes in Burbage, Leicestershire. Our upcoming new community will bring a wide range of new benefits to the area, including major improvements to local roads, public open spaces, healthcare, and education. We’ll continue to work closely with Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council throughout the build process to deliver on these commitments.”

 “This development will not only generate significant job opportunities throughout the lifespan of the project but will also leave a lasting legacy of community benefits for the people of Burbage and the surrounding areas.”

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