Renewed Demand At Cwmbran Development

Posted 28 September 2020 by Keith Osborne

Restarting construction at Hanbury Locks has seen an upsurge of buyer interest, says Barratt Homes...

Barratt Homes is seeing demand rising at Hanbury Locks, its development of new homes near Newport, as building begins on the site once again.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, and subsequent lockdown, building on the site paused for a short period. The development in Pontrhydyrun, Torfaen has been extremely popular since its reopening as buyers rush to purchase a new home at the canalside location.

Richard Lawson, sales director for Barratt Homes South Wales said: “Since building has recommenced across the country post-lockdown, we have seen a huge demand from buyers wishing to move to Hanbury Locks.

“Located in a semi-rural area, but close to all local amenities, it is suitable for a number of different lifestyles – from first time buyers to growing families.

“It’s easy to see why the site has been so popular, and I urge anyone who is thinking of moving here, to act fast so they are not disappointed.”

Hanbury Locks comprises three-, four- and five-bedroom homes located beside the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal. The development benefits from excellent transport links (the M4 is only 10 minutes away), great primary and secondary schools nearby and is also within easy reach of local amenities.

If you currently reside in a borough or county in lockdown and are looking to progress your new home search, the housebuilder offesr a virtual service.

Find out more about Hanbury Locks from Barratt Homes.

 

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