Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Planning Committee has approved a further 362 new homes at Beech Hill View in the city.
Pictured at the recent launch of the phase 1 viewing home at Beech Hill View are Jamie Wallace and her sons Joshua and Aaron. The show home was also recently launched and is available to view every Thursday from 7-8pm and Sunday from 2-4pm.
The development, which will be constructed by Braidwater Homes, will comprise a mix of 61 detached, 248 semi-detached, 32 quad bungalows, 21 apartments and a children’s play park.
Recently, a new show home within phase 1 at Beech Hill View opened with over 70 parties coming to view it.
Finbarr Grogan, planning and technical director, Braidwater, said:
“Braidwater is delighted to receive approval to begin building much needed new housing stock in the North West.
“Our plan is to create a new community at Beech Hill View with modern turnkey homes, a play park, open spaces and easy access. We want it to be a new development homeowners will be proud to be part off.
“Braidwater has invested heavily in the technical and planning elements of the development along with an investment of £1.5m in local roads and landscape management.
“The construction phase will enable us to create between 60-80 jobs, ensuring we are investing further in the people who make up our community. The investment will sit alongside the support we already provide for local charitable and sporting organisations.’’
Beech Hill View
Located off the Glenshane Road, Beech Hill View combines the best aspects of modern living with the type of idyllic rural sanctuary that busy lifestyles crave. The new development reflects the traditional rustic setting and is situated just 10 minutes from the city centre. Featuring uniquely designed homes, this development truly encourages a sense of belonging and community.
Show home opening
The show home and viewing home are both open every Thursday from 7-8pm and Sunday from 2-4pm.