A retired couple who moved to North Somerset to be close to family are the first residents at Curo’s new Eaton Park development in Yatton. Frances, 78, and David, 80, have lived in Taunton, Somerset most of their lives, but decided they wanted to be closer to their son, daughter and four grand-daughters in Yatton.
Eaton Park, Yatton
Eaton Park is a development of 154 new homes and public open spaces in the well-connected village of Yatton, North Somerset.
Curo secured detailed planning permission for the site in July 2020. Construction works started in September 2020. Eaton Park will deliver 108 homes for open market sales and 46 affordable homes: 9 for Shared Ownership and 37 for social rent.
The development consists of two, three and four-bedroom houses and one and two-bed apartments.
First residents have moved in their new homes at Eaton Park in July 2021.
Alongside homes, Eaton Park will also deliver high quality public open space with tree and shrub planting, wildflower meadows and a Local Equipped Area for Play (LEAP). Cycle way improvements will connect the development to the famous Strawberry Line (part of the National Cycle Network 26), a 10-mile route through landscapes of wildlife-rich wetlands and rural villages between Yatton and Cheddar.
If you're interested in buying a home outright or via the government-backed low cost home ownership scheme, Shared Ownership, head over to our sales website to register your interest and be among the first to know when new homes are released. To purchase a Shared Ownership home you'll need to register with the Help to Buy Agent for the South.
Social homes at Eaton Park will be let through North Somerset Council's choice-based letting scheme, HomeChoice.
Our working days/hours on site are Monday to Saturday from 8am until 5pm.
Road closure - North End (B3133)
A single lane closure will be in place for 3 weeks from Monday 13 September 2021 on the B3133 North End Road in Yatton, to facilitate works being carried out by Curo/Renelec and North Somerset Council. This follows a period of full road closure between 6-10 September.
The section of the road affected is between North End/Arnolds Way roundabout and North End Farm bus stop.
Temporary two-way traffic lights will be in place for the duration of these works.
Curo are creating sewage connections for the new homes at the Eaton Park development. We'll also deliver infrastructure works for a new toucan crossing near the North End/Arnolds Way roundabout.
North Somerset Council are carrying out necessary drainage works and resurfacing of North End Road - for more information visit North Somerset Council's website.
By working together, we're aiming to reduce the duration of the road closure and minimise disruption to local residents as much as possible.
Curo contractor Renelec Groundworks Ltd and North Somerset Council will be carrying out works Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm.
For urgent enquiries regarding the works and traffic management system, or to report an issue, call Amberon Ltd on 0845 3715050.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during the upcoming works.
Eaton Park News
Yatton’s new residential development, Eaton Park, will soon be opening the doors to a duo of show homes. The three-bedroom Avebury and four-bedroom Clifton show homes are both launching at Eaton Park on Saturday 19 June, and house-hunters are invited to book viewings.
Roads at Eaton Park, a new housing development of 154 homes in Yatton, have been named after the sixes from the local Brownie unit, following a competition organised by housing association and housebuilder Curo. The winning names were chosen by Yatton Parish Council from a number of ideas proposed by local residents.
Junior teams at Yatton FC are looking great on the pitch thanks to a donation from the builders of a new residential development in the village. West of England housing association and housebuilder Curo donated £3,750 to the club as part of their commitment to working together with local communities and supporting residents in areas where they are building ne…
Bath-based housing association and housebuilder Curo has been granted full planning permission by North Somerset Council to build 154 new homes in the village of Yatton.