Unique partnership creates five stylish new homes in the district

Date published: 23 July 2018
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A consortium of local developers, made up of professionals in the construction industry, believed to be one of only two in the country have been working together on a housing development in Keelby, West Lindsey.

Land Development Lincs Ltd have built five quality homes in the village, which ‘sold quickly,’ according to the developers. The homes which range from 3 to 6 bedrooms were built in a unique area off Yarborough Road, Keelby, adjacent the playing field in the village. The new development has been named Dixon Close.

The consortium which has 15 members in total, have built more than 7000 homes together since they formed. This particular development was supported by three of the members James Bratton and Co Ltd, T Dixon and Sons and Bannister Developments. It was supported by a partnership arrangement with North East Lincolnshire Council and West Lindsey District Council.

Speaking on behalf of the consortium, Daniel Snowden from Ross Davy Associates was pleased with the finished product.

He said: “The build went smoothly from start to finish and the proof of the quality has been in the sales, as all the homes have sold. We have worked closely with West Lindsey District Council’s Building Control team who carried out the site inspections for the new development “It has been an excellent all round project.”

Phillip Westmorland Building Control Team manager at West Lindsey District Council, officially handed over the completion certificate to the developers.

He said: “It has been a pleasure to work with Land Development Lincs Ltd. The homes are all unique and very good quality. We are thrilled to be able to support this project and look forward to working closely with them in the future.”

Ian Short, Team Manager at North East Lincolnshire Council said “North East Lincolnshire Building Control plan checking team were happy to be involved with Building Regulation process under the LABC Partner Authority scheme. We look forward to working on such schemes in the future.”


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