Growing demand for homes - tree is planted to mark opening of Letchworth development

North Herts District Council leader Lynda Needham and Mark Bryan, Technical Director, plant a tree a

North Herts District Council leader Lynda Needham and Mark Bryan, Technical Director, plant a tree at the opening of Madden Gardens, Letchworth - Credit: Archant

A tree has been planted to commemorate the launch of a 159-home development in Letchworth.

Guests – including North Herts District Council leader Lynda Needham – were welcomed to Blackhorse Road for the opening of Madden Gardens, which offers three and four-bedroom homes from a starting price of £482,950.

Councillor Needham said: “It is really good news that this attractive new development will provide a range of affordable housing for local people as well as those looking to relocate to the area.

“Set in the green surroundings of Letchworth, the houses have been designed with the garden city philosophy in mind, with trees and shrubs being planted to enhance the area, making it a perfect place for families to grow.”

Barratt Homes North Thames sales director Karly Williams said: “The development has already proved to be extremely popular and more homes will be available soon.”


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