Work starts on 10 new homes in town

(Left to right) Stuart Bisley, director of Breckland Bridge, Paul Pitcher managing director of Welli

(Left to right) Stuart Bisley, director of Breckland Bridge, Paul Pitcher managing director of Wellington Construction, Attleborough Mayor Cllr Tony Crouch and David Winch, the Land Group director. Photo: Courtesy of PR Works - Credit: Courtesy of PR Works

The construction of 10 new homes has officially started in Attleborough.

Street scene of the ten new homes being built in Attleborough. Photo: Courtesy of PR Works

Street scene of the ten new homes being built in Attleborough. Photo: Courtesy of PR Works - Credit: Courtesy of PR Works

The "much-needed" homes are being built in the centre of the town, as part of a £1.5m housing scheme developed by Breckland Bridge, the joint venture partnership between Breckland Council and the Land Group.

The 10 homes on the newly named Chantry Court are being built by Wellington Construction, and are located on land adjacent to the former Chapel Road Primary School, on the corner of Cyprus Road and Chapel Road. The scheme will include two detached and eight two to three-bedroom terraced homes.

Breckland Council's executive member for contracts and assets Paul Hewett said: "These houses will make excellent homes for local families and help to meet demand in our growing district and so meet our ambition for Breckland as a place where residents and businesses can thrive."

The new homes are expected to be completed by the end of 2020.

(Left to right) Paul Pitcher managing director of Wellington Construction, Attleborough Mayor Cllr T

(Left to right) Paul Pitcher managing director of Wellington Construction, Attleborough Mayor Cllr Tony Crouch, David Winch, the Land Group director and Stuart Bisley, director of Breckland Bridge. Courtesy of PR Works - Credit: Courtesy of PR Works


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