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Off plan launch for South Liverpool homes

DOZENS of potential purchasers have registered their interest in new South Liverpool homes leading niche developer Elan Homes to bring forward plans to release the properties for sale.

Elan had originally planned to launch Aigburth Grange in Aigburth in early 2017, but due to the volume of enquiries received, the company has decided to release selected properties ‘off plan’ this summer.

Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, said: “As soon as we submitted a planning application for the brownfield site we’ve been receiving enquiries from prospective purchasers and this has increased since planning permission was granted and work started on site. So while the homes won’t be ready to move into for some months yet, we’re responding to demand by offering buyers the opportunity to reserve ‘off plan’. We’re encouraging those who haven’t already done so to register their interest now so that they can be in with a chance of owning one of these sought-after homes.”

Aigburth Grange will offer 40 homes from Elan’s Regency Collection. The development will offer two, three and four-bedroom homes in a choice of mews, semi-detached and detached designs, all of which will be built to Liverpool City Council’s Lifetime Homes standards.

Their external design will fit in with existing homes in the surrounding residential area, while inside they will be bright and modern with a high specification as standard.

Prices for the properties will be announced at the launch.

“Aigburth Grange will have broad appeal catering for first time buyers, families and downsizers alike,” Marie added.

“The appeal is down to a combination of factors, including the ease of living, ease of maintenance and energy efficiency that brand new homes offer, along with the location. The homes will benefit from good local facilities, including shops, plus restaurants and bars in nearby Lark Lane and easy access to the city centre and Sefton Park.”

As part of its development plans Elan has agreed to contribute £40,000 towards local open space provision. The scheme will also provide new tree planting plus  a number of wildlife mitigation measures including wildflower planting, bird and bat boxes and a number of butterfly, bee and insect houses.


Potential purchasers can register their interest in the homes at Aigburth Grange by calling 0845 481 8801