Alnwick development now complete

Andy McLeod and Peter Gilmore, of Tolent Living, with Louise Stewart, of Silverstone Building Consultancy, and Nick Dawe, of Lindisfarne Homes, at the newly-completed Thomas Percy Close development in Alnwick.
Andy McLeod and Peter Gilmore, of Tolent Living, with Louise Stewart, of Silverstone Building Consultancy, and Nick Dawe, of Lindisfarne Homes, at the newly-completed Thomas Percy Close development in Alnwick.
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A £2.5million housing development in Alnwick has been completed with the delivery of 15 new executive homes.

Silverstone Building Consultancy, of Newcastle, has project-managed the development of Thomas Percy Close, working alongside Tolent Living as main contractor, on behalf of Lindisfarne Homes.

The Northumberland-based developer secured planning permission for the scheme in 2015, which has been built on the site of the former Thomas Percy School on Blakelaw Road.

Louise Stewart, associate director of Silverstone, said: “We are delighted to have coordinated the successful delivery of Thomas Percy Close on behalf of Lindisfarne Homes. More than 85 per cent of the houses are already sold, which is testament to the quality of the build and the location.”

Lindisfarne Homes, which builds houses throughout Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, is also developing Beadnell Point, a development of 40 New England-style holiday homes in the coastal village, and Governor’s Garden – a collection of one to four-bedroom homes in Berwick.

Nick Dawe, director of Lindisfarne Homes, added: “We are very grateful to Silverstone Building Consultancy and Tolent Living, which have done a fantastic job of delivering this scheme to the required specifications and within budget.

“The development has proven to be very popular with only two homes remaining, so we are delighted with the results.”