PCRL given green light for 61-home development

Purfleet Centre Regeneration Limited (PCRL) has been granted planning permission by Thurrock Council for 61 family homes in Purfleet, Essex.

The development is the first phase of the £1bn regeneration of the town centre.

The project is being delivered by joint venture partners Swan Housing Association and Urban Catalyst, who combined form PCRL.

The scheme will include a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom houses close to the local railway station, a children’s play area and a minimum of 94 parking spaces.

Up to 30% of the homes will be available to purchase under the government’s shared ownership scheme.

Tim Laurence, chairman at PCRL, said: “We are excited to commence this project, which will form part of the wider regeneration of Purfleet, creating a vibrant place for people to live, work, learn, socialise and invest, and which is in harmony with its natural surroundings.

“The first phase is an opportunity to demonstrate PCRL’s commitment to realising our ambitious plans and to repaying the trust that the local community has placed in us.”

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