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See the first images of Griffin Wharf homes

PUBLISHED: 19:14 07 March 2019 | UPDATED: 09:31 08 March 2019

Persimmon Homes is planning a new development in Ipswich Waterfront, Griffin Wharf in Discovery Avenue
Picture: PERSIMMON HOMES

Persimmon Homes is planning a new development in Ipswich Waterfront, Griffin Wharf in Discovery Avenue Picture: PERSIMMON HOMES

Persimmon Homes

More new homes set to be built at Ipswich Waterfront, including apartments and three-bedroom family houses.

House hunters are already registering interest in new homes being built on Ipswich Waterfront
Picture: PERSIMMON HOMESHouse hunters are already registering interest in new homes being built on Ipswich Waterfront Picture: PERSIMMON HOMES

Persimmon Homes is planning to build up to 113 properties on the southern side of the Waterfront, near Bath Street and the New Cut East.

The multi-million pound development is due to get underway later this year, with the first phase of 36 town houses being built at Discovery Avenue.

Persimmon Homes Suffolk said there had been tremendous interest in the homes, which will overlook the River Orwell, with more than 140 potential buyers registering their interest.

The local community will also benefit from the development with Persimmon contributing £128,000 to improve youth facilities in the area.

The first satge of the Griffin Wharf development will see 36 townhouses built in Discovery Road, Ipswich
Picture: PERSIMMON HOMESThe first satge of the Griffin Wharf development will see 36 townhouses built in Discovery Road, Ipswich Picture: PERSIMMON HOMES

Lucy Woodhall, Persimmon Homes Suffolk head of sales said: “We are really looking forward to launching the Griffin Wharf project later this year.

“There have already been a lot of enquiries, especially from first time buyers. Anyone interested can register their details on the Persimmon Homes website to ensure they will be the first to know when properties are released for sale.”

The project gives a much-needed boost to the ongoing regeneration of the Ipswich Waterfront area, which is the largest single regeneration project in the East of England, she added.


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