Watford Riverwell marked another major milestone this week after our London office secured planning approval for the scheme’s first homes. It is part of a major regeneration project being promoted by a partnership led by Watford Borough Council and Kier Property.
Watford Borough Council’s Development Management Committee approved the application known as ‘Woodlands’ for 95 new homes. The new homes will offer well-designed modern apartment living in landscaped grounds that complement the attractive woodland setting. One of the three proposed buildings will be dedicated to affordable housing. Designated parking will be provided for residents and there will be a new children’s play area included within the development.
Baroness Dorothy Thornhill, Elected Mayor of Watford said:
“New homes have always been the heart of the Watford Riverwell scheme because we know how much they are needed in the town. We were clear what we wanted to see delivered by these first homes particularly around the quality of design and finish as they set the standard for the rest of the scheme. Now they have been approved, we can get on with getting them built and look forward to the first new families making their home at Woodlands, including those in need of affordable housing.”
See more on the project website here
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