Borehamwood has been in the radar of Britons looking for a place where they could purchase a home they can call their own now that they’re mortgage-ready. Apparently, the announcement made by the Hertsmere Borough Council last September has heightened their interest in Borehamwood. The Council revealed that they have already drafted a regulatory policy to support the 850-home community that The Wrotham Park Estate intends to build in Borehamwood.
According to the proposal that Bidwells and Woolf Bond Planning submitted to the Council in behalf of The Wrotham Park Estate, the plan is to develop a new local community that comes complete with a country park, a village centre,and most important of all, provisions for the future constructions of an on-site college that will operate in conjunction with the Elstree Screen Arts Academy
House hunters who are looking to buy their own home but on a limited budget are now all eyes and ears about the The Wrotham local community development project after learning that of the 850 housing provisions, about 350 units will be provided as low-cost homes.
Ever since home-buying trended in the UK due to the Stamp Duty Holiday promulgated by the government early this year, Borehamwood Estate Agents have had their hans full in helping buyers find their dream home in Borehamwood. Although the Stamp Duty Holiday ended last September 30, 2021, many apartment and public housing dwellers have decided to pursue plans of buying a home, preferably outside but near the Greater London Area while mortgage rates are still low.
Borehamwood became the likeliest place for many as it’s takes only 25 minutes or so to reach London by train. Moreover, earlier news about other real estate development and construction projects indicate a promising economic outlook in the borough.
Hertsmere’s Economic Outlook Makes Borehamwood the Best Place in which to Buy a Private Home
Other real estate development projects in the offing in Borehamwood includes the construction of a sizeable studio complex in the borough called Hertswood Studios . After all, Borehamwood and its twin-borough Elsetree have gained popularity as The Home of Film and Television,” for being the favorite on-site locations of film and TV show studios.
The future Hertswood Studios complex gives a promise of providing new jobs estimated to contribute at least £1billion to Hertsmereshire’s local economy. The proposed studio complex includes the construction of a hotel to accommodate arriving film stars and film crew members, as well as tourists who enjoy becoming part of the live audience during taping of TV shows.
The development schemes for both the residential and commercial sectors are likely to produce a highly sustainable economic growth in Hertsmere developments that incorporate plans to integrate energy-efficient designs, renewable power sources, and high quality landscaping.