Simple Life’s New Partnership Bringing Homes to Stoke

Introducing the latest partnership with Simple Life and Seddon, we prepare for the delivery of 63 family homes to exclusively rent in Stoke-on-Trent.

This £7.8 million scheme, situated on Newport Lane in Stoke-on-Trent, Stanley Park will see the transformation of the derelict, brownfield land into a community of two and three-bedroom family homes. Whilst adhering to coronavirus safety measures, we are already underway with development these amazing high spec properties that will benefit from shared drives, landscaping and beautiful open space available for future residents.

Rob Moore, business unit director at Seddon said: “We always aim to build the kind of homes people aspire to live in, where they can create a life for themselves. It’s great to help Simple Life bring Stanley Park to life. Once completed, this will be a new neighbourhood with excellent community facilities nearby; a place where families can thrive. We can’t wait to see the first tenants move into their brand new homes”.

This couldn’t be any more true, Stanley Park is located approximately a 10 minute walk away from Longport Station that offers great links to Stoke City Centre, Crewe, Manchester and Derby. Alternatively, residents who drive will be able to access the nearby M6 with quick routes to the Birmingham Metropolitan area and beyond. Also, not forgetting the everyday essentials and activities such as Hive Leisure Park, Alexandra Park and Intu Potteries shopping centre.

Jason Berry, managing director at Simple Life Homes, said: “We’re really excited to be working with Seddon to launch our Simple Life homes in a new area for us. This is a landmark site, marking our first-time partnership with Seddon. We’re really looking forward to seeing this collaboration go from strength to strength, delivering high quality rental homes across the North West & Midlands.”

The final phase of Stanley Park will be built by Seddon for Stoke-on-Trent City Council, in line with its affordable housing planning policy. Plans for this phase will create a further 36 affordable homes, are currently being finalised.