ABOUT THE BROUGH SOUTH DEVELOPMENT
The £200m Brough South Development is an exciting evolution of this popular East Yorkshire town being created on a 125-acre site between the railway and former Brough Aerodrome.
The scheme has been designed to enhance the prosperity of Brough with the creation of hundreds of new homes and up to 900 new jobs.
A new primary school, Hunsley Primary, has already opened as part of the development, and other amenities such as healthcare facilities, a supermarket, family friendly pubs and restaurants, non-food shops and business premises will be created.
Much needed traffic infrastructure improvements in the town itself, and at the A63 Brough/Elloughton/Welton junction will also form part of the Brough South Development.
The scheme is being brought forward by leading East Yorkshire property developer, the Horncastle Group PLC, in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Network Rail, on behalf of the Brough South Consortium.
In June 2018, Phase Two of Brough Relief Road was completed, joining the development to Moor Road in the east of the town. Barratt Homes have started work on the first phase of housing on the site, known as Harrier Chase, and the first completions on these much-desired properties are due in August 2019.
Fantastic Transport Links
Brough South is a community development that is also well placed for aspiring professionals. It is within a few minutes’ drive of Hull City Centre but is also well within commuter distance of York and Leeds, and further afield. The development is located around 6 miles from the M62, less than 30 miles from the M18, and less than 40 miles from the A1. Brough station also hosts a direct train service to London, enabling easy access to business and leisure travel.