TAYLOR Wimpey Southern Counties has unveiled plans for its development of 155 new homes at Lowsley Farm, Griggs Green.
The homebuilder’s Oak Park development, on the outskirts of Liphook, will feature a range of properties, including three, four and five-bedroom houses, as well as an allocation of 30 per cent affordable housing as required under the plannin permission granted by EHDC.
As part of the plans for Oak Park, Taylor Wimpey has invested more than £584,870 towards transport maintenance to help ease traffic congestion in the village and environmental improvements, as well as £796,886 towards education provisions and other infrastructure projects.
The developer has also pledged more than £135,238 towards the cost of open spaces and an on-site play area for families.
Roz Wells, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties, said: “As we prepare to commence works at our new Liphook development, we are taking every opportunity to integrate ourselves within the local community.
“This is an exciting time for us and we want to ensure we’re building homes that are not only of excellent quality but in locations that people are proud to call their home.”
The development is accessed from a roundabout off Longmoor Road and construction has begun, with the sales information centre opening in the spring.
The developers are advertising Oak Park as offering a ‘village life with excellent transport links’ – being close to the A3 and the main Portsmouth-Waterloo railway line.