Countryside Partnerships has been granted planning permission by Rushcliffe Borough Council to start work constructing 333 brand-new homes at Fairham and has signed agreements with emh group and Start Living for the scheme’s affordable and private rented homes.
Countryside Partnerships is the first developer to start work on the site, which will bring forward much-needed housing to the local area. ‘Alvaredus’, so named as a nod to the area’s lineage to Alvaredus de Clifton, a Norman knight, will deliver 333 new homes and provide a sustainable new community made up of two, three and four- bedroom properties.
The scheme will deliver 133 homes for private sale, 100 affordable homes for emh group and 100 private rental homes through Start Living, the single family build-to-rent joint venture between Gatehouse Investment Management and TPG Real Estate Partners.
Martin Harrison, Managing Director, North East Midlands, Countryside Partnerships said: “We are delighted to get the green light to start work to build a well-planned, safe and friendly community with a great mix of housing options to suit everyone.
“It is great to be partnering with emh group on this inclusive residential development which will not only create housing, but also local employment and with millions of pounds of investment in the local economy.”
Homes England and Clowes Developments have partnered to deliver Fairham, a 606-acre mixed-use neighbourhood located on the southern edge of Clifton. Fairham will not only deliver new employment opportunities but will also assist Rushcliffe Borough Council in meeting its new homes target of 13,500 dwellings by 2030. In order for Countryside Partnerships to achieve planning consent for Alvaredus, the team had to pay close attention to the Fairham masterplan and adhere to strict design codes intended to encourage developers to create schemes that comply with Fairham’s aspirations for quality, deliverability and sustainability, providing people with the opportunity to flourish and thrive in a well-rounded built and natural environment.
Residents at Alvaredus will benefit from Fairham’s expansive cycle ways, green corridors, ecological and wildlife zones, a neighbourhood centre and excellent public transport links.
Countryside Partnerships is due to start the construction of Alvaredus at Fairham imminently.
More information about the housing development is available through the website: www.countrysidepartnerships.com/all-developments/nottinghamshire/alvaredus.