Lioncourt In Kempsey
No don’t worry you are quite safe, this is not news of an escapee from the West Midlands Safari Park turning up in a beautiful Worcestershire village. It is news of more improvements coming soon to the South of the County, on the doorstep of the prestigious Saxon Meadows development, by award winning local developer Lioncourt Homes, adding to the appeal of this very popular location.
This week the Department of Transport gave the green light for Worcestershire’s new railway station at Worcestershire Parkway. A spokesman for the County Council was keen to point out “The new station will improve journey times for Worcestershire’s rail commuters, cut travel times to and from London and improve links to other major cities. Worcestershire Parkway is going to provide extra rail capacity for the county and importantly more car parking spaces for our train travellers. Given Worcestershire already has one of the fastest growing economies in the country, the new Parkway station will help us to maintain that growth and open the county up to new markets.”
The new station, located under five miles from Kempsey, at Norton just east of M5 Junction 7, will include 500 car park spaces and construction is due to commence later this year and is scheduled to be completed and opened winter 2018/2019.
Now with a great range remaining Lioncourt Homes are offering the opportunity to purchase before house prices undoubtedly increase for these properties located within a short distance of the new transport facility. Saxon Meadows is ready for occupation so allows you chance to walk around the properties that may be of interest – a site visit will show you why this development was already so popular.
Gemma Darbyshire, Lynne Gardner, Pat Kimber & Matt Nicol celebrating the news that the Worcestershire Parkway has been given the go ahead.
Lynne Gardner of Lioncourt Homes said “We always knew what Lioncourt Homes had to offer in Kempsey would be a great place to live and call home. This news will undoubtedly add to the appeal and we expect the remaining homes will soon be snapped up”.
Matt Nicol, Managing Director of Nicol & Co Estate Agents, said “We’ve had great success marketing this prestigious Lioncourt scheme, their quality and design is first class. We expect this latest news to increase demand even more, so suggest any potential buyers get in touch with us quickly. We can handle all your enquiries on the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme, Part Exchange options and even help Mortgage arrangements if required”.
Details are available on the Nicol & Co (Estate Agents) website www.nicolandco.co.uk or you can call our Land & New Homes Department on 01905 676000.