Residential Development

by providing homes
for families
by offering businesses the opportunity to operate and grow in our commercial residences
by ensuring our built environment is managed in a way that is sympathetic to the environment and historic context of this land

Clinton Devon Estates have been building homes for hundreds of years. Many of the homes built and restored under the direction of Mark Rolle in 1800’s still provide accommodation for local residents in both North and East Devon.

Residential development work that is undertaken today is managed in such a way that it is sympathetic to the environment whilst providing homes for families.

plumb park, exmouth

The project is being taken forward in a joint venture with house-developer Taylor Wimpey.

The development of 350 new homes includes a good percentage of affordable family housing with gardens, access to open space, a community orchard and/or allotments and a major new hill top park on Donkey Hill, accessible to the whole community. It is regarded as highly sustainable due to their proximity to the town centre, sea front and existing residential areas, with plans for new footpaths and cycle ways further improving connectivity with schools and shops and enhanced hedgerow, wildlife habitats to improve bio-diversity.

John Baulch, LHC Director and designer of the original masterplan, said:

“We’re extremely proud of Plumb Park and look forward to it being realised in the near future. It demonstrates how a landowner with the best interests of the local community at heart, teamed with our expertise in designing sustainable developments, can create a scheme of lasting quality and benefit.”


If you are interested in any of these properties visit the website for more details.

King Alfred Way, Newton Poppleford

Designed and constructed by multi award-winning Cavanna Homes, Alfred’s Gate is a stylish new development of quality homes located in the picturesque East Devon village of Newton Poppleford, 12 miles from Exeter and 4 miles from the Jurassic Coast.

The development is an exciting collection of 40 new properties just off King Alfred Way in the heart of the village, is the perfect location for those wanting to enjoy the tranquillity of village life, surrounded by stunning countryside and coastline, yet within easy reach of bigger towns and cities.

These 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom properties are beautifully built in a variety of styles and finishes including brick, timber cladding and render to complement this wonderful village location.

Newton Poppleford has a thriving local community and the development is within easy walking distance of all village amenities which include a village shop and post office, a pub, playing field, sports pavilion, tennis club and primary school.

Conveniently located on the A3052, Newton Poppleford is just half an hour by car from Exeter with its motorway, rail and air connections.

If you are interested in any of these properties visit for more details.

Malt Scoop, Merton

This attractive 33 unit development opportunity extends to approximately 0.85 hectares (2. l acres) of generally level agricultural land with direct access from the A386.

The site benefits from a reserved matters planning permission, reference 1/0547 /207 8/REMM, for residential development of 33 units. The reserved matters planning consent was issued in December 2018 and is subject to a section l 06 agreement requiring various financial contributions and the provision of 18% affordable housing on site.

The site is well located to the centre of Merton, with its range of amenities including a local shop/post office at the nearby garage in Merton, a local public house and a number of supermarkets within 15 miles. It is also only 300 m from the local primary school. A new vehicle access into the site from The A386 will be required to serve the development.

If you like to view the site please book an appointment through SLG Land & Planning ([email protected]).

Maltscoop, Merton