On 10 November, Concert Living, an SME housebuilder in the North West, completed on the purchase of four acres of farmland with the Strategic Land Group (SLG).
Reserved matters planning details, submitted by Smith Love Planning Consultants, were approved by Ribble Valley Borough Council in September 2020, and work will begin later this month to transform the site, creating 21 contemporary new homes.
The approved scheme comprises 21 three-, four- and five-bedroom family homes, including a number of bungalows and executive detached homes, set in the beautiful Ribble Valley countryside and adjacent to the picturesque Pendleton Brook.
The Clitheroe scheme will be the third confirmed development for the Lancashire-based housing developer Concert Living who are building a strong reputation for their quality traditional exterior and contemporary interior approach to design and acquisition of small, exclusive developments in desirable locations across North-West England.
SLG is one of the North’s most successful land promotion companies, currently working with a 17-site portfolio and actively promoting sites with the potential to deliver more than 3,000 new homes and with a gross GDV of circa £500million.
Laurie Lane, land and planning director at Concert Living, said: “We have built a great working relationship with the Strategic Land Group over the past year and we’re very excited to have completed on the purchase of this fantastic spot in Clitheroe.
“We are delighted to add this scheme to our portfolio in Bamber Bridge and Weeton and we look forward to commencing work on site with our build partner, Brimas Construction, by the end of the month.”
Paul Smith, managing director of The Strategic Land Group, said: “This is a fantastic site for much-needed new homes for both families and older people, which are in short supply in Clitheroe. Concert Living has built a reputation for the delivery of high-quality, well-designed homes and I’ve no doubt that this will be another hugely popular scheme.”
Image above shows the proposed site plan for the Clitheroe Development