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230 new jobs at Nottinghamshire development

The developer is set to deliver a total of 115 new homes to its upcoming Old Mill Farm development in Brinsley, on Cordy Lane, which is set to provide the jobs in the area throughout the development process.

The housebuilder predominately employs local sub-contractors and tradesmen, including apprentices, so local businesses and people will benefit directly from the jobs.

Mark Cotes, Managing Director at David Wilson Homes North Midlands, said: “Our new development in Brinsley will provide much needed housing in the Nottinghamshire area. This is also great news for the local economy with the jobs that will be underpinned whilst we’re building the new homes.

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“We aim to support local sub-contractors and tradesmen where possible to ensure the areas in which we build benefit directly from our developments.

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“Our dedicated team at David Wilson Homes are very much looking forward to helping people find the right homes for them at our well-anticipated Old Mill Farm development.”

As a resident in Brinsley, homebuyers will be within a stone’s throw of Brinsley Headstocks Heritage and Nature Reserve. The Reserve, created on the site of the former Brinsley Colliery, houses an abundance of animal habitats and wildlife, which can be accessed via a number of handy pathways.

The development also offers great access to the nearby towns of Hucknall and Ilkeston, as well as to the city of Derby to the south-west, via the A608.

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