Around 300 new homes are set to be built in a development project in Burton which is expected to be completed by 2020.
Henhurst Fields development is just off Henhurst Hill, the road heading out of Burton towards Needwood, will also see £2 million invested into the area.
Show homes have already been built at the site and are currently being furnished while the first few houses are being put up at the front of the development site.
Ben Smith, the sales director at Bellways East Midlands, explained that Burton had been a very successful location for the company to build in.
Mr Smith said: "Burton has always been a successful town for us to build in, with nearly all the homes sold at our Linkside development off Wetmore Road and an enviable sales rate at Stretton Park in nearby Stretton too.
"Henhurst Fields is a fantastic addition to our portfolio in Burton and will consist of a selection of three, four and five-bedroom homes, which will be great for first-time buyers and growing families alike.
"We're also very pleased to be benefiting the local community, as it’s a brilliant way to boost the area. We’re particularly pleased that a large chunk of the money will be contributed towards local education, as so many of our buyers will be families with children who will benefit from this."
Thanks to an agreement between Staffordshire County Council and Bellway’s Henhurst Fields, the development group will be giving £2 million to invest in amenities, including education and roads.
Almost £1.5 million of the funding will be invested in primary, secondary and sixth form education in the Burton area, a further £255,000 will be spent on improving road conditions and the final £308,256 will go towards open spaces.
Homes have been set with a guide price of between £195,000 and £445,000, with 12 different designs of builds available, including three, four and five-bedroom houses.
Anyone interested in the developments and are seeking any more information can visit the marketing suite, at Henhurst Hill, Burton, DE13 9TB between 10.30am and 7.30pm on Thursdays, and from 10.30am to 5pm from Fridays to Mondays.
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