Published: 6th May 2020

Legal & General Modular Homes has been granted planning permission for 154 modular homes in Selby, North Yorkshire. The homes will be made at L&G’s factory in Sherburn-in-Elmet near Leeds which reopened last week, with the company saying they have brought in strict social distancing practices. L&G launched their modular housing business earlier this year and say they plan to construct 3,000 modular homes a year by 2024. Selby is the first scheme where Legal & General Modular Homes will deliver a full development proposition – from buying land, developing the product, as well as achieving planning consent through to delivery. The development will consist of 76 one-and-two bedroom apartments and 78 two-and-three bedroom houses, with 30% consisting of affordable housing. All homes are being designed to achieve EPC A ratings, of which only 1% of all new builds achieve. The company says the new development in Selby will provide … (To read the full article, subscribe below)