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L-R: Northumberland Homes directors Gary Herron and Mick Black; Rachel Warriner of RMT Accountants, who are working with the company on the financial aspects of the scheme
Jane Imrie

Northumberland coastal development on track for summer completion

Construction has begun on a new residential development near Druridge Bay on the coast of Northumberland and is expected to be completed by the summer.

Situated four miles south of the seaside town of Amble, work has started on four executive residential properties at Whitefield Farm.

Each property will range from 2,800 to 3,000 sq ft, with the development comprising two new homes and two barn conversions.

Around 12 people are currently working on the site on behalf of local contractor Northumberland Homes, with Shadbolt Group working on the architectural design of the properties.

Gary Herron, co-founder and managing director of Northumberland Homes, commented: “This is a fantastic location for a set of beautifully-designed homes and we’re excited to be reaching this latest stage of their realisation.

“The project team is continuing to make great progress on site and we’re expecting to be ready to hand them over in time for their buyers to enjoy the summer sunshine by the coast.”

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