Developer acquires 115 acre site within the proposed Winsford Station Quarter

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North West-based Create Homes has acquired a 115 acre site within the proposed Winsford Station Quarter forming part of Cheshire West‘s masterplan for the location.

Create Homes, the residential house-building arm of construction & development experts Create Group, said the acquisition at Winsford comes at” an exciting period of growth” for the group with recently appointed managing director Andrew Booth and development director, Tim Rackham.

Together they are spearheading the acquisition strategy, in order to support future growth.

The former Clive Farm site enjoys located between Winsford and the surrounding Cheshire countryside, sits within land earmarked for development in Cheshire West‘s adopted Station Quarter Development Masterplan.

The proposed development, earmarked to enhance the redevelopment of the town, would provide new homes and essential services and infrastructure, as well as create new employment opportunities and better facilities for residents and visitors, whilst respecting the site’s setting and surroundings.

Any future plans would ensure enhanced links for the new community to Winsford town centre, the station, (due to be upgraded as a consequence of HS2) and Bottom Flash, which will be developed into a nature reserve and country park.

Andrew Booth said: “Following initial positive discussions with Cheshire West and Chester Council, we will now work with them and the local community to produce more detailed proposals for the delivery of the land in order to support a high quality and sustainable new community.”

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