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19 NEW DEVELOPMENTS


Keepmoat Homes accelerates in North and East Midlands


Construction Programme. M Four new developments have had their contracts signed, two in the north


east, one in Yorkshire, and one in the East Midlands. Three of the schemes, Brookvale, Dominion and Sedgeletch, are part of the Homes England Accelerated Construction Programme. In the East Midlands, 200 new homes will be delivered on Phase


Two of the Brookvale development in Shirebrook. The development will also include public open space with new play equipment and ponds for the benefit of both the new homes and the existing community in Shirebrook. Green corridors are also being created, linking the existing community with the new homes and amenity space within the development. All 200 homes will be completed and occupied by 2022, helping to create a new and sustainable community. In Yorkshire, 466 new homes will be delivered on phase two of the Dominion development in Doncaster. The development, which is Doncaster’s first low-carbon community with all homes designed to the Government’s Code for Sustainable Homes level three, also features high quality green routes and a play area. It includes 172 homes which have already been completed at the site. Phase two is due to start later this year, including 260 homes which will be for affordable rent and PRS. The Sedgeletch and Eldon Whins developments in the north east will deliver 138 and 256 new homes respectively. At Eldon Whins, 230 homes will be for private sale with the remaining 26 available for rent and discounted sale, while at Sedgeletch 14 of the new homes will be available for rent and discounted sale. James Thomson, CEO of Keepmoat Homes, commented on the announcement: “Keepmoat Homes is the largest delivery partner of Homes England and has been a member of successive Development Partner Panels, most recently DPP3. Since 2009, we have benefitted from £177m in funding to secure 12,456 homes with a total value of over £1.2bn, so we’re delighted to be working in partnership with them to deliver hundreds of much needed new homes in these four key locations across the north of England.” He added: “In the next financial year we aim to build over 4,000 new homes right across the UK with an average selling price of £155,000. We are committed to delivering high quality homes at prices that people can afford, at greater speed in line with the Government’s objectives.” Nick Walkley, chief executive at Homes England added: “Keepmoat Homes are showing real ambition with their plans to build 1,000 new homes across the midlands and the north of England. It’s another example of how Homes England will create strong partnerships and use our land and expert- ise to speed up the development of new homes. It’s really pleasing to see a strong commitment to providing affordable homes to increase the opportu- nities for local people to have their own home.”


IN THE EAST MIDLANDS, 200 NEW HOMES WILL BE DELIVERED ON PHASE TWO OF THE BROOKVALE DEVELOPMENT IN SHIREBROOK


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ore than 1,000 new homes across the north of England have announced by Keepmoat Homes in partnership with Homes England, including projects driven by its Accelerated


Three of the schemes, including the scheme at Brookvale (pictured) are part of Homes England’s Accelerated Construction Programme


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