A new development in the North Yorkshire coastal area of Teesside has been given the go-ahead, marking further progress in the region for leading national housebuilder, Lovell Partnerships.
Conditional approval was granted earlier this month by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council for Spencerbeck Farm in Ormesby, which comprises 46 brand-new three- and four-bedroom homes, all of which will be available on the open market.
Robert Adams, regional managing director at Lovell Partnerships, said: “We are delighted to have secured this site in an area that is new to Lovell Partnerships. While we are established in the North East, this is the first time that we will have ‘boots on the ground’ in Middlesbrough with our area director Paul Devaney at the helm.
“This is just the start of our work to solidify Lovell’s presence in the region. I’d like to say a massive well done to the team for getting this scheme off the ground and successfully through planning. We are committed to making quick progress to deliver high-quality housing in this excellent part of the country and create another new community where people can thrive.”
Straddling the border with the borough of Middlesbrough, Ormesby is a suburban village and namesake of National Trust’s Ormesby Hall. The new development is located less than ten miles from the seaside, with nearby schools and a vibrant community on the doorstep. It is also just five miles from Middlesbrough centre and further connections to the North East.