Langham Homes is delighted to announce that it has received planning permission for its exciting new development in the beautiful rural village of Ripley, just two miles from Woking.
This new development situated on Burnt Common Lane features a mix of 30 properties including some affordable housing with plenty of car parking, secure cycle storage and landscaping.
The history of the area is unmistakable as Ripley village has existed since Norman times with part of the St Mary Magdalen church dating back to 1160. Lying on the A3 London to Portsmouth Road, the village was the post town for the entire area (including Woking) from 1813 to 1865. Its background in coaching is reinforced by the presence of a coaching inn The Talbot Hotel that dates back to 1453 and the village also boasts a Michelin star restaurant called Drakes. Its location is key today too as it still boasts excellent commuter links with a train service into London in under an hour and with the A3 close at hand, there is direct road access to Southwest London, as well as the London Orbital M25 at Junction 10. Heading south, the road links to Portsmouth or to Winchester and Southampton via the A23.
Tony K. Pidgley, Managing Director of Langham Homes says: “We are immensely proud that we have been given the green light at Ripley and are looking forward to creating a vibrant new community here. It really is a superb location with excellent communication links within a truly rural and natural setting that we intend to accentuate further with our beautifully designed new homes”.
Construction is due to start in early 2022. Please keep an eye on our website @Langham-Homes for further updates and the opportunity to register early interest.