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Barratt Homes

Development Profile

Cheriton Road, Eastleigh

Aerial view of the Cheriton Road development



Barratt Southampton have worked with First Wessex on schemes across the Region for many years and have been selected as their partner to develop this scheme which will create 238 units (the majority of which will be affordable housing for the local community).

Barratt are working with First Wessex to create a legacy development for the wider community which will be designed to the highest standards and deliver a cuting edge sustainable development whilst providing a mixed tenure community.

Barratt and First Wessex have experience of working together on regeneration schemes having developed the hudely successful 'Gardens' scheme in Eastleigh that - similar to the Monksbrook Estate - was an existing development in need of replacing with new, low maintenance affordable housing for the local community and also working together on numerous other schemes providing more than 250 dwellings. 

 The planning application has now been submitted and can now be viewed on Eastleigh Borough Council's website, by clicking here. The application number is F/12/70310.

 Planning permission was granted by Eastleigh Borough Council on 28th march 2012. Work is due to start on site in July 2012, however some enabling work is likely to take place from May 2012.

For every meaningful comment received via our contact us form, we will donate £1 to the Countess Mountbatten Hospice, our chosen charity for the year.
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