Work set to start on 30 new homes after developer completes first housing development in village
PUBLISHED: 14:21 08 August 2019 | UPDATED: 14:56 09 August 2019
A housing developer is set to start building 30 new homes after it completed the first of two developments in a Norfolk village.
Crocus Homes celebrated the completion of its 36 homes in Springfield Grange, Acle with a street party on Friday.
Work started on the one, two, three and four-bedroom homes at Spingfield Grange in 2016.
Assistant director of Crocus Homes, Matt Davidson, described his delight at the interest shown in the new homes.
There were 24 homes for private sale, eight affordable homes and four shared equity.
Just one house is left to be sold.
The Springfield Grange site includes a children's play park.
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Acle Parish clerk, Pauline James, said she was pleased with the mix of homes which will help to support the village's "vibrant community".
Crocus Homes will start work on its Oak Meadow site off Reedham Road in September.
The developers will build 30 one, two, three and four-bedroom homes.
The first houses will be available to view next summer.
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