New Homes Available at Former Swanley Nursery Site Bellway’s Highlands Grange Offers Eco-Friendly and Community-Focused Living

New Homes Available at Former Swanley Nursery Site 
Bellway's Highlands Grange Offers Eco-Friendly and Community-Focused Living

New Housing Development at Former Plant Nursery in Swanley Now Available

The first properties at a highly anticipated new housing development in Swanley are officially on the market. The project, known as Highlands Grange, is situated on the former site of Harrington’s Nursery and is being developed by Bellway.

This exciting new community will offer a total of 60 homes, with a mix of two, three, and four-bedroom houses available for private sale. In addition, there will be 24 affordable homes offered through shared ownership or low-cost rent.

The launch of the first homes comes after Bellway acquired the five-acre site in June 2022. The company has already released a computer-generated street scene image of the development, showcasing the modern and attractive design of the homes.

One of the standout features of Highlands Grange is the retention of an existing paddock, which will be transformed into a new public open space. This space will feature wildflower planting and a community orchard, providing residents with a peaceful and natural setting to enjoy.

But that’s not all – Bellway has also incorporated various eco-friendly elements into the development, such as bat and bird boxes, insect hotels, and hedgehog highways. All homes will also come equipped with an electric vehicle charging point, promoting sustainability and reducing carbon emissions.

The project received full planning permission in December 2020 and the first homes are now available for purchase. James Pitt, sales manager at Bellway Thames Gateway, expressed his excitement for the development, stating, “Harrington’s Nursery was a very well-known business in the area and we are taking this five-acre brownfield site and transforming it into an attractive new neighborhood bringing much-needed housing.”

Pitt also highlighted the focus on creating a sustainable and environmentally friendly environment, stating, “This development is designed to provide a sustainable and ecologically friendly environment to benefit wildlife and also to encourage residents to connect with the natural world on their doorstep.”

With the launch of the first homes, interested buyers can now visit the site and start the process of finding their new home at Highlands Grange. This development is sure to bring a new sense of community and vitality to the former Harrington’s Nursery site in Swanley.

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