Diggers move in; Property News.
Diggers are onsite creating an access road for the new Taylor Wimpey Millfields site at the McMullen Road entrance to Lingfield Point where a range of homes will start to appear over the next few months.
More than 2,400 already work at Lingfield Point's business park.
But the aim is to create a true live/work low carbon development.
The masterplan was drawn up by renowned architects FAT and the all-encompassing community envisaged by Lingfield Point will eventually include a school, parkland and sports pitches as well as a health centre, shops and restaurants.
John Orchard, director of Marchday, which owns Lingfield Point, said: "When we began developing Lingfield Point we had an ambitious vision of turning the site into one of the most sustainable mixed use communities in Europe -where people could live and work with great facilities in great surroundings.
"We're happy and proud to say that our vision is rapidly becoming a reality, and that reality is that we offer more - Lingfield Point is more than just a workplace or a place to live, it is a way of life."
Millfields will include two, three and four-bedroom houses in seven different styles and a range of special terms are on offer to help buyers move.
To register go to: www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/newhomes/north+yorkshire/ millfieldsatlingfieldpoint
PLANS FOR HOMES: John Orchard, director of Lingfield Point owners Marchday, left, and Mark Leigh, managing director of Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Apr 11, 2013|
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