Developer Bellway Durham has secured planning permission from Stockton Borough Council for a new scheme on the northern edge of the town.
Jane Imrie

80 new Stockton homes set to be delivered as plans given go-ahead

Work is set to commence on a new Stockton housing development following the approval of plans by the local authority.

Developer Bellway Durham has secured planning permission from Stockton Borough Council for a new scheme on the northern edge of the town.

Known as Old School Gardens, the development will be situated off Blakeston Lane on the site of the former Blakeston School, which opened in 1973 and was demolished in 2013.

The scheme will offer a selection of 80 homes, comprising a range of three and four-bedroom family houses for private sale alongside 12 two and three-bedroom affordable homes for shared ownership or rent.

Sales manager for Bellway Durham, Oliver Wray, commented: “We are committed to delivering high-quality new homes which don’t just meet the growing demand for new housing in Stockton, but also cater to a wide range of buyers on all stages of the property ladder – including first-time buyers, downsizers and growing families.

“The homes which we will be building include a range of styles which sympathetically complement the traditional designs of existing homes in the area.

“This is a highly sustainable location for new housing, as the properties will be built within just a short walking distance of two supermarkets, the University Hospital of North Tees, a play centre, gyms, a pub, and primary and secondary schools.”

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