Developer in plea to local land owners; BUSINESS WIRE.
THE developer behind Warrington's latest housing venture is appealing for more land in a bid to satisfy high demand in the town.
Ellesmere Port-based Elan Homes has already seen sell-out success at Gosling Park in Croft and has secured six 'early bird' reservations at Hall Gardens in Walton ahead of the development launching 'off plan' last weekend.
Demand for homes in the town is such that, according to Zoopla, Warrington house price growth outperformed London with an increase of 5% in the first half of the year.
Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, said: "One of the reasons that Warrington and the surrounding villages appeal to so many homebuyers is the area's strong commuter links - Liverpool, Chester and Manchester are all easily accessible.
"Government figures show that nationally housing completions are at their highest since the financial crisis struck in 2008 but if we are to continue to meet demand and help supply the 250,000 new homes the country needs a year, we need more land."
Elan, whose core market is Cheshire, will consider land across the region, with or without planning consent.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Sep 17, 2015|
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