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Work Begins To Transform Disused College Site


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Work Begins To Transform Disused College Site


"Demand for new homes continues to rise throughout Knowsley, so our aim is to transform this brownfield site through high quality homes that are attainable for a wide range of people."
Peter Vella, Sales and Marketing Director



Home builder, Countryside, has been granted planning permission to build 286 new homes on the site of the former Bowring Community Sports College in Page Moss, in partnership with Knowsley Council. 

 

Peter Vella, Sales and Marketing Director, Countryside said: "Demand for new homes continues to rise throughout Knowsley, so our aim is to transform this brownfield site through high quality homes that are attainable for a wide range of people. We’re working with Knowsley Council on this development, which is known as Wilson Chase, to produce beautiful homes that are ideal for families, first-time buyers and those looking for their forever home. 

 

"Wilson Chase is located just one mile from Huyton Town Centre with excellent transport links to the surrounding cities and great local schools, making it a perfect location for modern family living.” 

 

The plans include a mix of three and four bedroom homes, with 257 being made available on the open market. Countryside plan to start on site immediately and showhomes are expected to open early next year.

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