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£61m housing development in Radcliffe-on-Trent begins

Nottingham-based housebuilder Avant Homes East Midlands has started construction on a £61m, 102 new home multi-tenure development in Radcliffe-on-Trent.


Called Hackett Grange and located off Nottingham Road, the 13-acre development will comprise a mix of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom practically designed, energy-efficient homes. It will feature 14 of Avant Homes’ house types, with prices to be released at a later date.


Of the 102 homes, 30 per cent have been designated to affordable housing. Avant Homes has also committed to a community contribution of £950,000 to support education and local services, and a sustainable travel plan.

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Avant Homes East Midlands anticipates it will release the first homes for sale at Hackett Grange in spring and that the first residents will move in during October. A four-bedroom Horbury showhome is scheduled to open in September.


Avant Homes East Midlands managing director, Ben Felton, said: “As a housebuilder, we want to provide quality new homes for everyone and Hackett Park will be a great demonstration of us delivering on that promise.


“We are now well underway building a range of multi-tenure homes that are ideal for all types of buyers, whether first-time, second steppers, families or downsizers and are busily creating a new community within Radcliffe-on-Trent.


“In all cases, we want to make people’s next home moving step a reality so we look forward to releasing our first homes for sale at Hackett Grange in the spring.”


Avant Homes East Midlands currently has five live developments. These range from Cotchett Village in Mickleover to Barton Point in Kettering with many more due to start as the business continues to implement its growth plans.


For more information on the development search ‘Avant Homes Hackett Grange’.

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