New opportunities for Warwick home buyers as national housebuilder joins popular location
- 22 Aug 19
Home buyers in Warwick are set for a boost to the local property market as a national housebuilder joins a new 96-acre residential location near the town.
Bovis Homes' nearby Warwick Gates location
Bovis Homes has acquired an 8.9-acre land parcel for up to 135 new homes at the location, called Myton Green, off Europa Way.
The housebuilder will now submit a reserved matters application setting out the design, layout and final number of homes to Warwick District Council and, subject to this being approved, will be on site in early 2020.
It comes after Bovis Homes recently released its new homes collection, developed over the past 12 months, which is set to feature at the new development.
Paul Stafford, managing director of Bovis Homes’ West Midlands region, said: “We’re excited to be part of this popular location at Myton Green.
"Having just launched our new collection of properties, which are designed to meet the needs of modern family lifestyles, we look forward to offering these to house buyers looking to make their home near Warwick.”
Bovis Homes joins Miller Homes and Avant Homes at this popular location. In time, the development will deliver 735 new homes, six equipped play areas, a network of new footpaths and cycleways, along with the planting of more than 250 specimen trees, set in around 20 acres of green, open space.
Catesby Estates, working in partnership with the Europa Way consortium, started earlier this year on the first phase of major infrastructure work, including a new tree-lined community spine road, which will eventually link Europa Way with Gallows Hill.
David Harper, area land director for Catesby Estates, said: "We are delighted to welcome Bovis Homes to Myton Green. This exciting new community is starting to take shape, with a number of homes already reserved and first residents expected to take occupation in the autumn.
“Our investment in early infrastructure delivery means housebuilders are able to bring forward the construction of new homes, with residents benefiting from earlier occupation dates and more established recreational and wildlife areas.”
Bovis Homes’ new housing collection, which includes two to five-bedroom homes, are named after British trees and focus on well-proportioned exteriors with a real sense of light and flow on the inside.