Leeds developer receives planning permission for 15 new homeworking ready houses
A Leeds developer has announced that it has received planning permission for 15 new homes in North Yorkshire.
Oakapple Group will be starting work this month on a 15 home development in Rainton.
All homes will be designed to meet the increased demand for rural living and home working, with the four and five-bedroom detached homes offering full bespoke ‘home office’ packages.
Sean Mayes, property and development director, commented: “We have all adapted to a new way of working during the pandemic. We are not missing the daily commute into the office and have seen that splitting our working week between office and home working is a more effective use of our time.
“Oakapple recognised the need to design houses to accommodate people continuing this balance of limiting their commutes to the office and working more from home.”
“Property professionals are predicting significant growth in demand for rural living, with demand likely to outstrip supply.”
“Through careful design and choice of excellent locations, we believe our houses will be future proofed for the new normal whilst offering a great lifestyle choice.”
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