Redrow Polden Orchard

An award-winning housebuilder has confirmed they have acquired land for a proposed development of new homes in Somerset.

Redrow South West has secured an 18 acre site in Puriton. The housebuilder plans to build a selection of one, two, three and four-bedroom private and affordable homes and has recently submitted a Planning Application for 120 new homes.

Redrow South West will also be investing over £1 million into the local community, the funds will go towards improving infrastructure and public transport links. The new development is proposed to feature, newly created green spaces and bus stop links.

With planning permission in progress, construction at the development is anticipated to begin, with the first residents expected to move in in Autumn 2024. Interested buyers are encouraged to register their details now to ensure they are among the first to hear when properties are released for sale.


Sian Smith, Sales Director for Redrow South West, said: “We’re thrilled to announce that we have acquired land to bring much-needed, new homes to Puriton.

“Here at Redrow South West, we aspire to create sustainable, thriving communities at each of our developments by building high-quality homes and investing in the surrounding area – and this development will be no different.

“Although early days, we expect this development will be incredibly popular with first-time buyers, young professionals and families, and we encourage prospective buyers to register their interest now to be among the first to hear when plots at this fantastic new development become available.”

Located in the charming village of Puriton, Polden Orchards will offer excellent transport links via road and public transport to the market town of Bridgwater, providing the perfect balance of rural living and easy access to a range of amenities. With a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes available, the new development will be ideal for all lifestyles, from first-time buyers to families and young professionals to those looking to rightsize.