Burrington Estates Continues Construction Programme

Burrington Estates Continues Construction Programme

Renowned South-West developer Burrington Estates has continued its impressive recent construction programme by starting on-site at its latest Maer View development in Bude, North Cornwall. The team at Burrington Estates has been highly active in recent years, responding both to heightened buyer interest in the South West and demand for the company’s particular brand of homes that are both design-led and place sustainability at the forefront. Recent successes in the local area have included The Heaths in Illogan, Harbour Reach in Fowey, and Penrose View in Truro.

Maer View is a prime example of Burrington Estates’ sustainable approach, boasting a variety of forward-thinking features. These include air source heat pumps to all homes and wildlife-friendly bee-bricks throughout the development. Solar panels are also included on selected plots and available as an optional upgrade on other units, while electronic car charging points can also be added to each home. The site features a range of 21 attractive four-bedroom detached homes situated along the sought-after Cornish coastline, each with a private garden and garage.

“As a forward-thinking developer we have always looked to deliver developments that are built for the future and have as little impact on the local environment as possible. Home-buyers have been moving to Cornwall and the wider South West in record numbers in recent years, not least for the area’s outstanding beauty and variety of natural scenery. We take our responsibility to protect that natural environment very seriously whilst delivering much-needed high-quality housing to the local area. At Maer View we are continuing this approach and are delighted to have started on site to deliver an incredible collection of new homes on the North Cornwall coast,” said Mark Edworthy, founder of Burrington Estates.

As well as carefully considering its environmental impact, Burrington Estates also takes an active role in the community in the locations in which it operates. At Maer View, the company will be contributing over £100,000 to local community projects, including a contribution of £57,000 towards improvements at Bude School, and £51,000 for upgrades to local footpaths and cycle paths. The development itself features community-focused features including a central green space where neighbours can come together, and an informal public open space with orchard planting. Overall, Maer View has been carefully designed to complement its surroundings and blend with the Cornish countryside and nearby coastline.

“At Maer View our consideration of the natural environment and the attention to communal areas are great examples of what have made our developments so successful with home-buyers, and already we are seeing huge early interest in this project. We find that many of our purchasers are seeking not only a well-designed home, but a place to live that is in harmony with the local community and environment,” added Edworthy.

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