Berkeley Homes has brought forward the second phase of its West of Horsham development after the successful launch of the first phase.
The Highwood development, west of Windrum Close, has seen an 80 per cent take up from the building plans alone, which has meant that the company plans to start the second phase in September - months ahead of schedule.
Berkeley is marketing the homes as ‘beautifully crafted and unique with high specifications’ and this week the company confirmed its planned investment into the local infrastructure will be about £19.5m.
Janine Leadbeater, Berkeley Homes head of marketing, said: “We are delighted at how popular our first stage has been, especially as this means we can now speed up the completion of Phase two.
“Horsham is a lovely place to live and we are pleased that our homes will make a positive difference to its residents.”
The first release of 32 properties at Highwood are within the Boulevard and River Walk and comprise of two, three, four and five bedroom houses.
Later phases will included two to five bedroom houses and one and two bedroom flats.
Berkeley Homes will be offering New Buy at Highwood – a scheme underwritten by Berkeley and The Government to assist buyers purchase homes to meet their needs at values up to £500,000 with only a five per cent deposit.
Anyone who would like further information can go to www.berkeleygroup.co.uk/newbuy