Sunday, May 9, 2021

Nottingham’s Pelham Waterside shortlisted for national award

A brand-new residential housing development close to Nottingham’s River Trent has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Urban Development Outside London’ category in the Inside Housing Development Awards 2021.

Situated in Nottingham’s Waterside Regeneration Area, the 73 home new build scheme, Pelham Waterside, is the largest outright sale, residential development by Pelham Homes in over a decade. This month it was named by specialist publication, Inside Housing, in the shortlist amongst some of the UK’s top new build schemes from over 300 entries.

Allan Fisher, Director of Pelham Homes, said: “This is incredible recognition for the Pelham Waterside team on a national stage. The interest in the development since its launch has been fantastic and over 80% of the homes in phase one have already been sold or reserved, with completion expected by summer 2021. Phase two has planning agreed bringing a further 12 houses and 27 apartments, starting on site later this year.

“Our ethos at Pelham Homes is ‘building profit for purpose’ and our developments are dedicated to generating profits through building new homes, which are gift-aided back to Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA) to help provide affordable homes and additional social value to the wider community. As the first scheme of this size in over 10 years, we are proud of the team’s hard work in making it such an early success.”

Steve Milan, associate and lead for the scheme at CPMG, said: “We’re delighted that Pelham Waterside has been shortlisted for a national award. Working with Pelham Homes we have designed an environment reflecting the importance of personal wellbeing, both inside the homes and through interaction with outdoor spaces, so it’s fantastic to have been recognised for our hard work.”

The team behind Pelham Waterside includes developer Pelham Homes, contractor United Living, architects CPMG and agents FHP Waterside Living.

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