The house builder has announced the exchange of contracts on three new sites across the south west region, with work planned to begin in 2013.

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  • Taylor Wimpey has also received planning permission for a fourth development where work will commence this year.

    The first land parcel acquired is for a development in Collaton St Mary, where Taylor Wimpey plans to build 197 two, three and four bedroom homes.

    The company has also acquired land for a development of 90 properties at St Aubyn Park, in Mabe. The site will be a mix of two, three and four bedroom houses. Taylor Wimpey will also include provision for public open space and education facilities for the benefit of the local community.

    Finally, a new development is planned for land secured in Paignton. Alfriston Park will consist of a total of 98 homes with a selection of two bedroom apartments and coach houses and a number of three and four bedroom homes.

    Taylor Wimpey has also just secured planning permission on Drovers Way in St Agnes, which will launch in December. The development boasts a collection of 74 three and four bedroom homes, plus shared public open space.

    Janine Copleston, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in Exeter, said: "These four developments will add to our portfolio across the region and give more choice to house hunters in the area. At Taylor Wimpey we're dedicated to creating developments which sit perfectly in their environment and have a real sense of place, as well as making sure we put craftsmanship and quality into every home we build.

    "The proposals we have made for these new developments tick all the boxes and we're confident the plans for Mabe, St Agnes and Collaton St Mary will come to fruition. And with planning already secured in St Agnes we're keen to get started."

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