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Housebuilder Redrow is set to deliver almost 1,200 new homes in the North West as part of a plan to expand in the region.
The Welsh company is currently working on four developments with a combined value of nearly £360m.
The largest of the schemes is a project to build 850 properties on a 77-acre site next to its divisional headquarters in Daresbury, near Warrington.
Redrow also has plans for new phase of 107 homes at Woodford Garden Village in Greater Manchester, and a further 77 in Sandbach.
At Allerton Priory in Liverpool, Redrow will build 160 new homes on a 16.3-acre site.
Redrow said that with the Home Builders Federation estimating each new home to support an average of 4.3 jobs, the four developments could eventually sustain over 5,100 jobs – through direct on-site employment, indirect employment in the supply chain or induced employment through residents and builders spending money locally.
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