Monday, November 29, 2021

Waters Homes reveals Sherwood development plans

Waters Homes has unveiled plans to create a sustainable new development in a Nottingham suburb.

The property developer is due to start work on Ashwell Court in Sherwood this October, with work expected to be completed by next May. This mews-style development, on the current Daybrook Street, will consist of nine one, two and three-bedroom houses along with three two-bedroom apartments.

Dominic Waters, development director at Waters Homes, said: “These houses will also be sustainable, with smart gas and electric meters on all plots and shallow baths with spray taps to reduce water consumption. They will also be well insulated to reduce fuel bills and have low energy lighting.

“Sherwood is the perfect location because it is close to the city centre, while also being a vibrant area full of independent shops, cafes and restaurants.”

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