Exciting new plans have been revealed for the construction of a further 280 new homes at the successful Rossfield Park scheme in Ellesmere Port, as Peel Land and Property announces a deal with Persimmon Homes North West.
A mix of quality two, three and four bedroom homes will be built by Persimmon and their partner housebuilder, Anwyl Homes, as house building restarts at Rossfield Park. 311 homes have already been constructed.
Plans reveal an attractive scheme with an abundance of ‘green’ open spaces, a landscaped pond and children’s play area. Tree-lined boulevards and landscaped boundaries will surround the scheme, creating an attractive setting for the new homes. This new phase of Rossfield Park will be known as ‘Ellesmere Park’.
Mark Cook, Managing Director of Persimmon Homes, said: “We are excited to start work on this popular site and bring a selection of stunning new homes to the Ellesmere Port area. Rossfield Park is already an attractive residential location and we’re confident this new scheme and attractive landscaped setting will attract a range of purchasers from first time buyers to families wanting to upsize. We are delighted to be working with Peel on this project.”
Located a short distance from Junction 8 of the M53, the site fronts onto Rossmore Road East which is a key gateway route into the town. On the opposite side of this road, another Peel led development is also due to commence shortly too, including a new local convenience store, petrol filling station and Costa Coffee and there are proposals for a pub restaurant too. These will bring new local facilities for the growing Rossfield Park site and transform the Rossmore Road East corridor into an exciting destination.
Louise Morrissey, Director of Land and Planning at Peel, said: “These great schemes will be bringing more exciting development to this up and coming site. We’ve had fantastic feedback from homebuyers at the Rossfield Park site in the past, which has already become a vibrant community.
“This new investment is another indication of Ellesmere Port’s wider transformation and with plans approved for a local convenience store, Costa Coffee and petrol filling station, plus strong interest in a pub restaurant, Rossfield Park will be a great community with quality development.”
Work on the Persimmon Homes site has already begun and the showhomes are expected to be open in November 2017. Work on the local convenience store, Costa Coffee outlet, petrol filling station and family pub /restaurant is expected to take place this year.