Prospect Homes gets planning permission for waterside homes
Prospect Homes gets planning permission for waterside homes with stunning views of a picturesque Lancashire rural idyll.
Award-winning developer Prospect Homes has begun demolition work to transform a former abandoned industrial site in the prestigious village of Burscough.
Langton Fields is an exclusive collection of 54 new homes that will appeal to discerning buyers who want high quality, energy efficient properties, on a canal-side setting.
The development is ideally placed to combine rural and village life and will boast stunning views across open farmland to the north and west, with the Leeds and Liverpool Canal which passes to the south.
The site, located on Orrell Lane in Burscough, has been vacant since 2020 and will offer detached and semi-detached properties, with a mix of three and four bedrooms. The first homes are expected to be completed by summer 2023.
“It’s leafy setting, on the banks of a canal, with scenic views, makes this development most appealing,” said Nigel Yates, Managing Director at Prospect Homes.
“An excellent choice of schools and local amenities, all within walking distance, combined with its location, will make this development a very popular choice.”
Redeveloping this site will not only bring employment opportunities, but it will also transform the local area, by creating a new open space for all to use, with new walking paths being created and trees and shrubs being planted.
A haven of peace and tranquility, the development will offer unrivalled walking, cycling and fishing opportunities, with the Leeds/Liverpool canal on its doorstep.
Just a short walk from the development is Burscough Wharf – which is host to an array of independent retailers, leisure outlets and the largest collection of food and drink venues – all under one roof.
The town of Burscough, which is known for its agricultural tradition, also offers a selection of schools, retailers and leisure facilities.
Prospect Homes is part of the Riverside Group and all profits from sales of new homes are given back to the parent company to invest in social value initiatives and communities across the UK.