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Highburton homes set to launch soon

18th September 2017 Print
Redrow’s Shrewsbury house design

Redrow is preparing to launch its latest new homes at Springfields, off Burton Acres Lane, in Highburton, near Huddersfield.

An on-site sales centre is due to open by the end of October to take off-plan reservations, with a fully furnished show home set to open early next year.

Redrow’s development will feature 60 three and four-bedroom family homes for private sale, mostly detached, and there will also be 13 affordable properties.

Designs will be from Redrow’s popular Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection, with traditional looking exteriors and bright, modern interiors with convivial open plan living spaces.

Alongside the affordable housing – designed to help people who live and work in the area to ‘stay local’ - there are a number of other community benefits attached to the 6.5 acre development, including contributions totalling more than £350,000 towards improving local amenities.

The lion’s share of £233,115 is earmarked for local education provision, with a further £89,000 towards off-site public open space, £10,000 for a new bus stop and £23,820 towards public transport in the area.

Building the homes will also provide work for Yorkshire trades and encourage spending in local shops and businesses.

Redrow Homes (Yorkshire) sales director Patsy Aicken, said: “We’ve had lots of interest in Springfields already, not least because it enjoys a village location, 10 miles from the Peak District National Park and only five miles from the amenities of Huddersfield.”

Redrow’s new development is adjacent to Gregory Playing Fields, which includes grassed sports pitches, a children’s play area and the local tennis club. There’s a village stores in Highburton, a small selection of local shops in nearby Kirkburton and the development is within walking distance of local schools.

Would-be home owners can register their interest by visiting

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Redrow’s Shrewsbury house design