The first homes have been released for sale at a development on a site previously occupied by an aircraft parts manufacturer in Sunbury-on-Thames.
Fairview New Homes is building 33 homes within a gated development off Forge Lane, on the former Page Aerospace site.
The developer opened the doors to the new marketing suite at its development, named Apollo, for the first time over the weekend of Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th May.
Jeremy Gee, Main Board Director for Fairview, said: “People in Sunbury have been interested to see what is happening on the former Page Aerospace site, and our new development, Apollo, is now open for business.
“There was a good level of interest over the opening weekend, and we expect that the development will be popular.
“Our new marketing suite at Apollo has been designed to include features which give a nod to the development’s setting, 2 minutes from the bank of the River Thames – including a sailboat of flowers.
“Buyers can now visit us 7 days a week to learn more about the collection of homes we are building.”
When complete, Apollo will comprise a mix of 2, 3, and 4-bedroom houses. The first buyers are set to move into their homes from August.
A total of 24 houses will be sold on the open market, while 9 will be made available as affordable housing – 5 for affordable rent and 4 for shared ownership.
Fairview acquired the 0.8-hectare site after Page Aerospace closed down its operations on the site in 2015.
To find out more about the homes at Apollo, call 0808 2787 359