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Launch of the UK’s first plot shop in Oxfordshire

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  Launch of the UK’s first plot shop  




..Located right on the high-street, this one-of-a-kind outlet will sell plots of land on the Graven Hill site in Oxfordshire to those wishing to build their own home – whether from scratch or through customised design.

Once complete, the Graven Hill development will be the largest of its kind in the UK, delivering up to 1,900 new self and custom build homes.

By making it easier to access land and expert advice, Graven Hill’s plot shop promises to pioneer custom and self-build as a mainstream choice for aspiring home owners.

Housing and Planning Minister, Alok Sharma said:

We need to get creative with how we build our housing in this country, to deliver more of the right homes in the places people want to live.

With the opening of the UK’s first ‘plot shop’, the journey to building your own home can now start on the high-street.

As confirmed in our housing white paper, we are committed to doubling the number of custom and self build homes by 2020 – so that anyone who wishes to design their dream house can do so.

Through diversifying the housing market in this way, we can give people greater choice over the homes they live in – whether that’s buying on the open market or by commissioning and building their dream home...

Media https://www.theplanner.co.uk/news/sharma-launches-shop-for-land

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12 minutes ago, Odysseus said:

I was signed up for Graven Hill and still get the newsletters and invites but when I saw the price of the plots worked out I wasn't affordable 


3 bedder land is £149K to 330 K on here, so I'm not surprised .

Graven Hill sounds a bit like Silent Hill. With those prices, it'll turn into a horror story.

I see you have to use a builder , and are not allowed to build yourself. so no 40 ft container dreams :rolleyes:



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