More than 100 new homes are set to be built in Catterick, with 30 per cent earmarked as affordable housing.

Avant Homes North East has acquired a ten-acre site in Catterick to deliver 135 new-build family homes with a gross development value of around £28m.

Called Brompton Mews, the development is just four miles from Richmond town centre on Cookson Way.

The development received planning permission in August this year following a successful appeal decision, and will comprise a mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes.

It will also feature 11 of Avant Homes’ design-led house types.

Of the 135 homes proposed to be built, 30 per cent are affordable housing with a range of affordable rent and discount market sale properties.

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Avant Homes has also committed to community contributions of around £380,000 for the provision of local education and recreation facilities.

Work is set to start on site in January, with a showhome expected to open in spring 2023.

The first homes are set to be ready for occupation in June 2023 with the site expected to be completed by 2026.

Avant Homes North East managing director, Don Anderson, said: “Brompton Mews is a fantastic opportunity to further expand our presence in the north east of England into Richmondshire.

“Catterick is a popular village with a real demand for homes for modern family living.

"With the site’s close proximity to Catterick Garrison and major road links, we expect Brompton Mews to appeal to a wide range of buyers.

“We look forward to the commencement of groundworks at the site in January 2023.”

Avant Homes North East currently has nine live developments ranging from North Tyneside to Teesside with many more due to start as the business continues to implement its growth plans.

The Sunderland-based business is part of the Avant Homes Group, one of the leading private developers of residential property in the UK.

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