Hopkins Homes set to build new phase at Alconbury Weald

 One of the guiding principles for the regeneration and development of Alconbury Weald has been to create an exciting new community that provides a unique and inspiring environment fot living, working and leisure.

The next phase from Hopkins Homes' fronts onto the community's cricket pitch and will range from spacious one- and two- bedroom apartments, charming two-bedroom cottages and traditional three- and four-bedroom family homes. As evidenced in the exceptional gateway development, these new homes will be designed to relect the architecture of the surrounding Cambridgeshire villages.

Lee Barnard, sales and marketing director at Hopkins Homes said: "We are delighted with the response to our first phase of homes at Alconbury Weald. A thriving community is already well established and it is very exciting that we have been asked, and received planning permission, to deliver another phase."

Hopkins Homes is East Anglia's largest independent home builder and was appointed as the first residential building partners by site owners and principle developers Urban&Civic.

Tim Leathes, Development Director at Urban&Civic said: "As one of the first housebuilders at Alconbury Weald, Hopkins Homes has had a strong and positive impact on the growing community and its homes have been very popular. We're delighted to see the company's ongoing commitment to being part of the Alconbury Weald community; building more quality homes alongside the green spaces and facilities in place and the future glad and new offices coming forward around them."

Lee continues: "Alconbury Weald is fast becoming one of the most sought-after communities in the area, popular both with local buyers and those moving from further afield, so we are thrilled to be continuing our relationship with Urban&Civic into this new phase."

The homes lie amongst extensive landscaping including a causeway bridge over water features, a well equipped play areas, cycle paths and more than 18,000 trees.

Alconbury Weald offers a range of facilities including Ermine Street Church Academy primary school, a cafe and gym, community park and newsagent and convenience store.

Located a 15-minute road journey from the market town of Huntingdon, 23 miles from the historic city of Cambridge and 20 miles from Peterborough, there are also great transport links into London.

Work is set to commence on the second phase from Hopkins Homes in September 2019 with the first homes becoming available in summer 2020.