Lydden Meadow is an attractive farmstead style development of ten high quality, energy efficient homes. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) these homes have been built to provide affordable housing primarily for people with close connections to the village through residency, family or work.
Buckland Newton Community Property Trust (BNCPT)
The Lydden Meadow development is comprised of five Assured Tenancy (rented) and five Shared Ownership (part-equity) properties. All properties have a Code 4 Sustainable Homes certificate that means they are at the leading edge of energy efficiency and comfort.The cost of building these houses has been greatly assisted by grants from the HCA (Homes and Communities Agency), West Dorset District Council and the Tudor Trust. This allows them to be affordable to people on average rural incomes.
Buckland Newton is a typical and highly desirable village set in West Dorset. It is located in a triangle approximately nine miles from three market towns, Sherborne, Sturminster Newton, and Dorchester. The village along with its six hamlets has a population of just over 450.There is a village store, church, primary school, play group, recreation field, allotments, and a part-time post office in the Village Hall.There is public transport to Dorchester and Sherborne.
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