Catesby Estates has entered into an agreement to promote land off Station Road, between Flitch Green and Pound Hill, Little Dunmow, Essex.
Within the administrative area of Uttlesford District Council, the greenfield site is 34.7 acres and lies adjacent to existing development and the Flitch Way, a disused rail link which offers extensive walking and cycling opportunities for local residents to sustainably access Great Dunmow.
Uttlesford District Council is currently undertaking a Local Plan review, and Flitch Green is recognised as a Type A Village (Tier 3) and considered sustainable for housing growth.
David Harper, Area Land Director for Catesby Estates said; “Our land team has continued to successfully source and secure land sites to grow our land promotion portfolio, despite the ongoing challenges brought about by the pandemic.”
“We will be working closely with the Council and other local stakeholders to bring this site forward to deliver a sensitively designed and sustainable residential development, which can provide much needed new homes, along with wider social and economic benefits for the existing community.”