Work to start on ‘packed in like sardines’ housing development

The development will include a mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes.

Of the 135 homes proposed to be built, 30 per cent will be classed affordable housing with a range of affordable rent and discount market sale properties.

Avant Homes will also contribute around £380,000 for the provision of local education and recreation facilities.

Work is set to commence on site in January, with a show home expected to open in spring 2023.

The first homes are set to be ready for occupation in June 2023 with the site expected to be completed by 2026.

Avant Homes North East managing director, Don Anderson, said: “Brompton Mews is a fantastic opportunity to further expand our presence in the north east of England into Richmondshire.

“Catterick is a popular village with a real demand for homes for modern family living.

“With the site’s close proximity to Catterick Garrison and major road links, we expect Brompton Mews to appeal to a wide range of buyers.

“We look forward to the commencement of groundworks at the site in January 2023.”




  1. Local democracy in action? District councillors knew what was the best option for the area, but are over ruled by a central Tory Government hell bent on covering our green and pleasant land with as many houses as they can jam in. Shame.Shame.

  2. No solar panels?
    Leaving aside the arguments on both sides for this development, this is another HUGE opportunity missed, to mitigate the effects of national energy dependency, energy costs to householders and climate change.
    If Avanti homes think this development will be a profitable venture, the small additional costs (economies of scale) of whacking up solar panels on these new builds could be absorbed from profits.
    ‘Ground works’ could easily contain ground source heat pump systems – the major cost for that is digging the hole!

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