Disused land to be transformed into residential development in North East coastal town
A range of new properties are set to be built on a disused parcel of land in a North East coastal town.
10 new houses will be built on the disused site in South Shields with ‘significant’ new investment in the area.
The new three bedroom townhouses are set to be built on Boldon Lane in a bid to offer more housing in South Tyneside.
Led by Stessa Group, the development will deliver properties that will include an open plan kitchen and lounge area, utility room, study, three bedrooms, family bathroom, separate WC and garage.
A spokesperson for Stessa Group commented: “We are delighted to be bringing new homes to South Shields, supporting a local need for quality housing and opportunities for local people.
“We are looking forward to also creating jobs for local builders and suppliers, as well as teaming up with local estate agents and chartered surveyors Bradley Hall in marketing the properties.”
Matt Hoy, director at property firm Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents added: “Our client is passionate about providing new and quality housing for the South Shields community.
“Properties are in high demand in this area and we anticipate a high level of interest from local people including first time buyers and families, thanks to a close proximity to local transport links, national and local retailers and outdoor spaces including Temple Park.
“The development will also transform an area of land which has been disused for some time, creating a better and more established environment for the local community.”
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