Premium housebuilder Stonebond Properties is set to build 38 new homes in Goffs Oak near Cheshunt, including a high proportion of affordable homes (60%).
Stonebond will provide a range of three and four bedroom homes, alongside the affordable homes that include apartments and houses.
The site, located off Newgatestreet Road, will benefit from a large area of outside space designed in the style of a traditional village green, whilst other ecological features include a wildflower grassed area, new ornamental trees and enhanced hedgerows.
The affordable homes will be managed by B3Living, a local housing provider, with construction set to commence this autumn.
Stonebond is a family-owned housebuilder established over 40 years ago. The business takes pride in creating outstanding new developments that leave lasting legacies for generations to come.
The company is committed to building sustainably, which includes achieving biodiversity net gains on all of its developments, with 100% of build waste recycled and diverted from landfill.
Additionally, Stonebond has adopted a comprehensive set of measures outlined through the National TOMS Framework, further enhancing its social value commitments. This focuses on four key themes: local jobs and skills, supporting regional business, creating healthier communities and protecting the environment.
Commenting, Robert Wilkinson, Managing Director at Stonebond, said:
“We’re very pleased to move this site forward and to deliver a considerable number of affordable homes with our partner B3Living, alongside a range of open market properties. The high-quality development will enhance local ecology through the creation of a large new green, whilst we will also be seeking to use local suppliers and contractors throughout the project to boost local employment.”
“Steve Woodcock, Chief Executive at B3Living, added:
We are delighted to be working with our partner Stonebond to deliver this attractive scheme in Goff’s Oak which will provide much-needed affordable housing for our local community.”