Luxury homebuilder Lockley Homes has proposed a unique development on the edge of the new “super village” in Worcester.
The West-Midlands housebuilder has applied for planning permission for nine bespoke properties on a to acre site in Broomhall Lane Worcester.
Commenting on the development site, Joint Managing Director Karl Lockley said: “The entire site crosses the Malvern, Wychavon and Worcester city boundaries and will see a new urban extension to the south of Worcester with more than 2,000 homes, new schools, retail, leisure facilities and playing fields all expected to be included.
“The vast majority of the new housing will be the familiar mix of generic, standard properties generally produced by volume builders.
“However, our proposal is for a very different mix of housing in an area surrounded by existing woodland and an old stream, with great views of the Malvern Hills in the distance.”
Founded in 2010 by brothers Tom and Karl Lockley, Lockley Homes is an independent housebuilder with a growing reputation in delivering high-quality, luxury accommodation.
Lockley Homes has made a name for themselves in delivering high-end, and rarely-seen bungalow dwellings and the firm again aims to deliver four luxury bungalows at the new Broomhall Lane site as part of their nine-property package.
Highlighting the unique bungalows, Mr Lockley added: “Four of the nine properties will be luxurious two-bedroom bungalows, and the feature property will be an imposing oak-framed farmhouse immediately adjacent to the entrance to the site.
“The other four properties will be oak-panelled farm-style three and four-bedroom homes with balconies – and the entire development proposed is just something a little different.
“While the total ‘super village’ site is allocated for housing, the higher density will be in the centre, and the outer edges are intended to be lower density – so we believe our proposal fits the bill.”
Lockley Homes is also currently developing the exclusive ‘Connolly House’ as a tribute to a departed friend and contractor Jack Connolly.