Award winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson has announced the acquisition of a new parcel of land in the village of Harlington, Central Bedfordshire.


Crest Nicholson will deliver 400 two to five bedroom homes at the new 50 acre site, with 30% affordable housing. A selection of plots will also be available for self-build housing. With planning and enabling works due to take place this year, work is expected to start on site in January 2024 and the first residents welcomed that summer.


In addition to the new homes, the site in Harlington will include a new state of the art primary school, along with playing fields catering for children from the age of three and above.


Set within the village of Harlington, the development will boast easy access to a range of local facilities and amenities, including Harlington station, providing direct access to London via the Thameslink service, two pubs, several churches, and a selection of shops.


Christian Morgan, Land Director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, comments: “The acquisition of this new land in Harlington is another great opportunity for Crest Nicholson to expand its portfolio in Bedfordshire, alongside another new site in nearby Langford, building on our success in the region. Creating future proof communities is something we take great pride in, so we are pleased to also be providing a selection of community facilities alongside the new homes, in particular a brand-new primary school, to add to the range of amenities already available within the village of Harlington.”


To find out more and register interest, please visit www.crestnicholson.com.