Construction is underway on a new housing development in Nuneaton.
The Eaton Place development is being created on land off Higham Road by Persimmon Homes North Midlands and will generate inward investment as a result of the construction of 453 new homes.
Residents of Nuneaton are set to benefit from more than £6.7million of infrastructure investment, thanks to the development.
Substantial investment will be made in education, public transport, public open space, economic improvements and healthcare, thanks in part to contributions being made by developer Persimmon Homes.
The company’s senior planner, Louise Ward, said: “As a responsible builder, whenever we start working within a community, we look at ways to support local people and infrastructure.
“These Section 106 contributions are connected with the planning permission and, in the case of our Eaton Place development, this will contribute a significant amount of funding to improve and enhance local life.”
Nadine O’Dowd, Persimmon Homes North Midlands sales director, added: “At Eaton Place we are creating a range of attractive two, three, four and five bedroom houses, with a number of special offers and buying incentives ensuring that this development offers perfect homes for local people at the right price.
“There are a host of different house designs available and that means that there is something to suit everyone, from first time buyers putting their first foot on the property ladder to growing families looking for more living space.”
Schemes to help people move into their new home are available, including the Government-backed Help to Buy, along with Persimmon’s Home Change and Part Exchange schemes.
For more information, or to register your interest, visit: www.persimmonhomes.com
"As a responsible builder, whenever we start working within a community, we look at ways to support local people and infrastructure."
Persimmon Homes senior planner Louise Ward
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