Cavanna Homes has secured land in the village of Collaton St Mary near Paignton where it will be building new family homes close to local amenities, schools and the South West coastline.
The Westcountry homebuilder, whose current developments can be found in Exeter, Newton Abbot, Tavistock and Bude has acquired a site with planning permission for 100 new homes, with 30 percent marked as affordable housing for local people.
The land located on the north of Totnes Road, includes a hectare of brownfield land and more than half of the site will be retained as open green space and for agricultural purposes.
“Acquiring 11 acres with planning consent close to our Head office is fantastic. Our last new homes development in the vicinity was in Paignton on Brixham Road which completed in 2020, so we’re looking forward to delivering more high-quality, family homes in the Torbay area,” said Cavanna Homes’ Director of Land & Design, Michael Newman.
As part of the firm’s community contributions, Cavanna Homes will be providing funding towards local highways infrastructure and education facilities. Measures to protect the Greater Horseshoe Bat population will also be implemented by the construction of a new bat barn, as well as enhancing the landscaping and outdoor space for new and existing residents to enjoy.
The forthcoming homes will be a mixture of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties and designed to suit all buyers’ requirements.
Cavanna Homes is preparing for its centenary in 2023 where the Cavanna family and employees will be celebrating 100 years of the firm building high-quality, family homes across the South West.
Cavanna Homes’ land team are actively seeking more land in areas across the Westcountry to bring forward exceptional homes and new communities for families and local people.