Now Corley housing development hailed 'great addition to the village'

June 27, 2018

Former builders’ merchants and garden nursery sites in a North Warwickshire village have been transformed into luxury homes.

A total of 27 houses have been created across two developments in Corley by property development firm the Cassidy Group.

Homes have been built at Corley Gardens and The Oaks, some of which have already been sold, while others are set to go on the market soon.

Corley Gardens was the former site of Corley Nursery, consisting of 17 properties, 10 of which are market sale to the general public and seven for people from the parish - including three bungalows.

The Oaks was the former Youngs Builder Merchants and it is made up of 10 properties, featuring four and six-bed houses.

Work started on Corley Gardens in Church Lane back in 2015 with the removal of the garden centre buildings and then redevelopment at The Oaks in Common Lane began in 2016. A number of the homes have already sold at Corley Gardens and the second phase has now been launched.

An open house has also been organised for The Oaks to go ahead on Saturday, July 7 between 11am and 2pm.

James Cassidy, director of the Cassidy Group, said: “Both Corley Gardens and The Oaks sites feature a range of high quality homes with a mix of bedrooms.

“The second phase at Corley Gardens has been launched and on sale now, while properties at The Oaks will be available next month and an open house is going ahead.

“Both sites have been completed to an extremely high standard and we are very pleased with the results and think they are a great addition to the village."

Coventry-based solicitors Band Hatton Button assisted the development company with the acquisition of the land in Corley.

Haydn Jones, partner in the commercial property department at Band Hatton Button, said: “It is fantastic to see that work has now been completed on both of these sites and people can soon move in. The properties look wonderful and it has been a pleasure working with Cassidy to get to this stage.”