New homes now available in sought after location

New homes now available in sought after location

Date published: 12 March 2018
Highgate Homes

Reclaimed Victorian brickwork and exposed beams are featured in these ‘high quality’ homes which has been developed in the village of Saxilby.

Six stylish homes have been built in the West Lindsey village thanks to renowned developers Highgate Homes, constructed and project managed by Boss Construction Ltd and designed by Ryland Design Architects.

Home-seekers looking to snap up the homes on Hilton Court will need to act quickly as 50 per cent have already been sold.

Jane Goodridge, director for Highgate Homes was delighted by the attention that Hilton Court had received.

A homeowner was so quick to secure a plot, they were able to have a large input on the specification of their home before they had even moved in.

She said: “I’m so pleased that the development has been completed. Each one of these houses has been designed by our team to such a high standard that we would love to live in!

“Each house has its own unique style and flair, but they work so well together. We’re so grateful to all involved within the project and we’re so pleased to see the great feedback and attention that the homes have received.”

Boss Construction Ltd who achieved regional finalist status for their spectacular builds at The Local Authority Building Control Excellence Awards in both 2015 and 2016, and nominated in 2017 have worked closely on the project with Ryland Design.

Joe Evans and Stuart Snell, Directors of Boss Construction Ltd were impressed with the service he had received from West Lindsey District Council.

They said: “Throughout this project we had a great working relationship with West Lindsey Building Control, communication was always efficient and the officers were very knowledgeable. This by far has been our biggest project and we are really proud of it.”

The development boasts a range of homes to suit the needs of the individual such as three, four and five bedroom homes; all made to a high specification.

The developers say the properties are suitable for first time buyers who can apply to make good use of the ‘Help to buy’ scheme, a Government initiative set up to help first time buyers get onto the property ladder.

One of the unique aspects of the Saxilby development was the use of underfloor heating, which is both a desirable and economical feature.

Phill Westmorland, interim lead surveyor at West Lindsey District Council, was invited to look around the finished development in Saxilby.He said: “Highgate homes have achieved excellence by offering these spacious homes with a high specification, and it is so great to be invited to see the finished project.

“The houses benefits from easy access to Lincoln and the wider district, and they all have their own unique and brilliant features. It is a real testament to the work that can be produced by Highgate Homes, Boss Construction Ltd and Ryland Design.”

Highgate Homes are keen to develop plans for further developments in West Lindsey, and are starting another high quality development with a range of 14 new homes this year. 

If you would like to hear more about the development, visit the Pygott and Crone website at

If you would like to get in touch with the Building Control team at the council, you can call us on 01427 676672.

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