Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Works commence onsite at new Beeston residential scheme

Nottingham-based luxury home developer, North Sands Developments, has started construction works on a new residential scheme in the Beeston area.

Located in the Bramcote Village Conservation Area, the development, known as ‘Cow Lane’, will comprise of one four-bedroom and three five-bedroom detached executive-style homes, ranging from £775,000 to £1million.

Expected for completion in summer 2021, the properties will be situated in a cul de sac accessed through a private road.

Close to Queens Medical Centre, Boots HQ, Nottingham University and Junction 25 of the M1, Cow Lane is the second North Sands development in the Beeston area, following the Mulberry Close development that was completed last year.

Following the acquisition of the land and the granting of planning permission, demolition works began in August at Cow Lane, which was previously the site of a large bungalow. Construction works commenced on 1 September.

James Hartley, director at North Sands Developments, said: “Following the success of Mulberry Close, we are excited to be designing and building more homes in this great area of Nottinghamshire, and properties have been carefully designed by architects and interior designers to fit in with the surrounding neighbourhood.”

Steve Parker, director of sales agent FHP Living, said: “We are delighted to be acting for North Sands Developments again on such an exciting site. This is a great opportunity for prospective buyers to work with this quality builder and developer, to have an input in choice and colours, with an independent interior designer to really put their personal stamp on these stunning new build homes. Now is a great time to talk to us and North Sands to start the ball rolling on a most enjoyable journey to your new home”.

North Sands Developments is working alongside Taynton Construction, Peter Greenwood Architects and Nick Grace Planning for this housing scheme and the development will be marketed through FHP Living.

Properties are expected to be available to move into by summer 2021.

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