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Redrow becomes the second housebuilder to commit to £800 million Fairham scheme.

Redrow becomes the second housebuilder to commit to £800 million Fairham scheme.

Redrow East Midlands has been announced as the second company set to develop new homes at Fairham, the new £800 million neighbourhood for Nottingham.


Redrow has submitted a planning application to Rushcliffe Borough Council for93 new homes on Phase 1of the development, situated off Nottingham Roadto the north of the 606-acre site. There will be a mix of housing types, including one to five-bedroom houses with front and rear gardens built across a number of streets and cul de sacs, with 10% being affordable homes.Subject to planning consent, Redrow is looking to start work on site before the end of this year, with delivery of the first homes available in 2022.

This will be the very first phase of 3,000 new homes at Fairham, to be built by a number of housebuilders to ensure choice and individuality, but all tied together by a common purpose governed by a holistic design code that ensures the different parts of the new neighbourhood complement and support one another.

Redrow East Midlandsis currently building its distinctive, premium homes across the region, with new developments in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, based on the values of creating thriving communities, valuing people and building responsibly.

Land and Planning Director with Clowes Developments, Robert Hepwood, said:

‘We welcome Redrow to Fairham and look forward to them making good progress on the first new homes for this new neighbourhood. We are now starting to see increased activity across the site and over the coming twelve months we will be progressing work at pace by working closely with our development partners to bring more high-quality homes and infrastructure to fruition.’

Martyn Pask, Managing Director at Redrow, said:

‘By bringing high quality, premium homes to Fairham we are helping to set the standard for the development. Working in partnership with Clowes Developments and Homes England, we are ensuring our contribution to this impressive new neighbourhood for Nottingham is both sustainable and desirable.’

The announcement marks another important milestone for Fairham as activity across the site begins to ramp up. Earlier this year Countryside confirmed theywill be delivering 332 brand new homes across a 20acre plot of land and Homes England infrastructure funding injected £83m into the schemewhich accelerate the creation of new homes and jobs for the area.

Construction and civil engineering contractor Winvichasalready been working to deliver the first phase of infrastructure works at Fairhamover the winter,including improvements to Nottingham Road, drainage and further preparatory works for future construction phases.

Fairham is being delivered by Derbyshire-based Clowes Developments in partnership with Homes England, the government’s housing accelerator. £100 million of infrastructure investment is due for the 606-acre Fairham development, which was awarded outline planning permission at the start of 2018.  The site was taken out of Green Belt in 2014 by Rushcliffe Borough Council.

In total, as well up to 3,000 new homes, 1 million sq ft of commercial space and a neighbourhood centre will be built as well as community, health and educational facilities and 200 acres of green space.

Fairham has been designed around a highly sustainable, ultra-connected location set amid the green landscape of south Nottinghamshire. With all amenities co-located alongside one another, it will be one of the most accessible and sustainable communities in the country.

Fairham, to the south of Clifton, sits alongside the A453 Remembrance Way that links directly to the M1. It is also next to the NET tram terminus at Clifton South, within a 15 minute drive of East Midlands Airport and Freeport area and just a 20 minute drive or tram ride from Nottingham city centre.

Fairham also forms a key part of Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Local Plan and will help meet the borough’s housing need for 13,500 new homes over the next decade.

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