Cornovii Homes announce first development, The Frith

Cornovii Homes announce first development, The Frith

November 18, 2020

We are excited to announce our first housing development, The Frith, in partnership with Shropshire Council.

Situated on the site of a former care home, which has remained vacant for the past three years, The Frith development in Crowmoor, will offer a vibrant housing scheme to satisfy the needs and aspirations of buyers wanting to own their own home within the beautiful market town of Shrewsbury.

The new development – consisting of 33 properties – will offer a range of high-quality 2, 3 and 4 bedroomed detached and semi-detached homes. The first homes will be released and available to reserve from Spring 2021, with the vision for buyers to move in from August 2021. Homes on the development will start from £180,000.

We are incredibly excited to start work on The Frith development later this year. The new development will regenerate a key site in Crowmoor and provide much needed starter homes and family housing. We are committed to addressing the housing shortage in the county by building homes that people want to live in – and from which they can enjoy the many benefits of life in Shropshire.

Harpreet Rayet, Director of Development at Cornovii Homes

Cornvoii Homes will also work with the local community and provide several financial contributions for amenities as part of the proposed development to full regenerate the area.

We are delighted to be working with Cornovii Homes. The new development will help fulfil local housing needs and deliver much-needed family homes in Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury is a sought-after location in the county, with great schools and excellent commuter links. The new housing development will allow both families and couples to enjoy everything that Shrewsbury has to offer, as well as supporting local contractors during a difficult time.

Mark Jones, Chair of the Housing Supervisory Board

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