This site in Sudbury was acquired by Anderson in 2019 when, at the time, it contained more than 6,000 apple trees as a legacy of its former use as an orchard.
Following consultation with the local Parish Council – and before a single brick was laid – a strategic landscape buffer was planted along Waldingfield Road containing more than 100 trees.
This green space now frames a tranquil sales area as the Chilton Place development enters its second phase.
The first phase delivered the first homes of Babergh District Council’s landmark strategic allocation to the north of the Sudbury area.
All are of a traditional Suffolk design with modern open-plan living space making them ideal for families.
When complete, the site will include six bungalows to create a more sympathetic edge for existing neighbours and 45 affordable homes in partnership with the council.
The first five of these have already been handed over and have been safeguarded for the Chilton Ward, with future lettings offered in the first instance to local residents in housing need.
Project Managers for this site are Matthew Keep and Brian Elles and there are approximately 25 Anderson staff on site each day.
- Work began Spring 2020
- Work is due for completion in Spring 2023