Public Invited to Trent Basin Show Apartment for Exclusive First Look

January is traditionally the most popular time of year for house-owners to look for their next home – and according to agents the newest, most cutting-edge residential development in Nottingham is attracting the most interest from those looking to move.


New Show Apartment Open Days
28th & 29th January 10am to 4pm

Trent Basin is a new neighbourhood for those who want to live in a low energy, low carbon environment. Specialist regeneration developer Blueprint has designed the community, of which 50% of the first phase of homes have already been reserved or sold.
Joint agents for the development FHP Living and Royston and Lund have reported a busy start to 2017, with many enquiries and viewings being booked in the first weeks of January. The Community Hub and show apartment are throwing open their doors to the public on the weekend of January 28th and 29th from 10am until 4pm each day, giving interested buyers the chance to look around without making an appointment.

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Nick Ebbs, chief executive of Blueprint, said: “Trent Basin is different to any other neighbourhood, and not just because of its unique waterside location. Communal green spaces, well thought out streets and open walkways give Trent Basin a community feel.

“We are delighted with the level of interest shown from the public so far – which is reflected in how many of the homes in Phase One have already been snapped up. We’re expecting the show apartment open weekend to be equally as popular as the first show home event we hosted last summer, as it gives potential home-buyers the chance to spend as much time as they want in the property and to get a real understanding of the green living ethos behind our scheme, as the team will be on hand to answer questions on the day.”

The show apartment, like all the low energy contemporary homes at Trent Basin, has an open plan design to maximise the natural light. The living and dining area blend together and will appeal to those who enjoy space for entertaining and relaxing. The Symphony kitchen reflects the modern feel of the apartment; careful thought and design have gone into the homes to maximise the views of this unique location. The living area and master bedroom offer lovely views onto the water front.

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Riverside views

Nick added: “We will also be introducing visitors at the open weekend to our vision for a community energy scheme for Trent Basin. The project is in its early stages, but in essence it will be the first of its kind in the UK, using a smart technology battery to generate, store and distribute energy within the community.”

At the open weekend, the agents will also be able to show interested buyers in other homes for sale in Phase 1. For more details about the properties available, please contact FHP Living on 0115 841 1155 or Royston & Lund on 0115 981 1888.

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  1. Not all the trees would be removed, only one or two.
    Could the bridge be named in honour of these men? It would have more impact as a memorial, I have lived in this area for 60 years and until reading your comment was not aware of the origin of the trees.
    A pedestrian/cycle bridge would be a great improvement for access over the river for walkers and cyclists who currently have to endure navigating the heavy traffic on Lady Bay Bridge.

  2. The trees in main photo are what they want to chop down so a bridge can be located there. These trees were planted to commemorate some local young men who lost their lives during the 1st World War

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