The new Southlands Homes development is situated in Harland Way, in the north-western part of Cottingham, one of the most desirable residential villages in the Humber region, just a stone’s throw away from the golf course. Good road connections are available as the Humber Bridge Northern Approach Road runs to the west of the village, linking the historic town of Beverley with the Humber Bridge and the region’s motorway network. There is a local train service available within the village connecting it with Hull, Beverley and the east coast beyond. There is a good choice of popular and well-regarded schools, shops and restaurants with the added advantage of three private golf clubs within a three-mile radius of each other.
This exclusive development is the product of the coming-together of two of the region’s most prominent business leaders, Phil Bramley and Danny Laybourne. Mr Bramley has a wealth of experience in residential property development, and is responsible for some of East Yorkshire’s most sought-after homes for executives. Mr Laybourne is a dynamic, high-achieving entrepreneur who has already amassed a formidable CV in a number of business ventures; he is currently the Director of CDS Oil and Gas Services Ltd.
The development features five executive homes, each detached and spacious and offering high technology and state-of-the-art efficiency. During this project, we dealt with local authorities, government and parish councils, highways, tree preservation and consumer infrastructure in order to gain planning approval.