JAYNIC secures planning permission for a 125 home development at Red Lodge, Suffolk

JAYNIC Properties Limited has secured a resolution to grant outline planning permission for 125 residential dwellings in a prime location adjacent to the A11 at Red Lodge, Suffolk. Agents Savills have been appointed to offer the site for sale, with offers invited by 12 noon on Friday, 7th April, 2017. The housing-led development on 4.08 hectares (10.08 acres) comprises 87 private units and 38 affordable, with a broad range of dwellings from one to four bedrooms. The development also incorporates a children’s play area, with links to adjacent public open space and recreational facilities.

Red Lodge village benefits from a range of community facilities and services including a church, village hall and sporting facilities. There is also a day nursery, a primary school a post office, convenience store, pharmacy, pub and several other food establishments, alongside plans for a new 420-entry school to be opened in 2018.

In addition to the road links, the village is situated close to the town of Kennett which benefits from a railway station offering a direct service to Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds in approximately 28 minutes and 11 minutes respectively. Cambridge airport lies approximately 24 km (15 miles) to the south.

JAYNIC Properties was formed in 2008 and has quickly established itself as a leading property company focussed on the design, planning, investment and development of commercial and residential property across the South East of England. JAYNIC works closely with local communities and stakeholders to ensure that its projects create desirable and sustainable places for people to live and work.

JAYNIC has appointed Savills as land sales agents. 

Interested parties are to contact Abigail Jones or Justin Bates on 01223 347000 for further information.

“The site offers an excellent opportunity to develop housing within a sustainable location at the gateway to Red Lodge village. The village is conveniently located with easy access to Cambridge, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds via the A11/A14,”

Andrew Anderson, Director – JAYNIC