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Friday, 27 November 2020

New River Trent waterside residential community development – invitations to register interest open

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Pelham Waterside is a brand new residential community being developed near the banks of the River Trent, on Trent Lane, close to Nottingham City Centre.

A selection of 73 properties which include 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 and 4-bed houses.

Work has resumed at the site with construction workers returning to work.

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Help to Buy and a Shared Ownership Scheme have been launched to get people on the market, The Show Home is due to open in July, to register interest show home or have a chat please contact Jules Hunt at FHP Living on 07917 460 033.

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Pelham Waterside is a brand new residential community being developed near the banks of the River Trent, close to Nottingham City Centre and within the Waterside Regeneration Zone.

Ideal as starter homes for first-time buyers, with potential for retirement downsizing or as a family home, the Pelham Waterside community will be home to a selection of 73 contemporary properties giving options for every budget and stage of life.

The mixture of two and three storey homes include 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses.

Located close to the River Trent, Colwick Country Park and the canal network, its proximity to water and parkland provides a lifestyle synonymous with mindfulness, wellbeing and comfort.

The ability to take a walk on the banks of the river or an evening dining at Colwick Hall gives a taste of country life, while the vibrant shopping, cultural attractions and nightlife of the nearby West Bridgford and Nottingham city centre gives an easy option for city life.

Its location close to the water and the city make Pelham Waterside an ideal place to live, relax and enjoy.
Before Pelham Waterside

The Trent Basin area of old was traditionally used for shipping and sports.

An industrial part of Nottingham over the years, it has been home to a Pleasure Park, sports grounds, cricket equipment manufacturer Gun and Moore (which still exists today) and is adjacent to the former site of White City Speedway dating back to the 1920s. Greyhound and motorcycle racing fans would catch a ferry from Trent Bridge in nearby West Bridgford to watch races.

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More at Pelham Waterside website here