The Mayor and Mayoress of Gedling, together the Rosie May Foundation, a charity carrying out incredible work within the community, were invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony at Keepmoat Homes’ Park View development to celebrate the launch of its sales centre and showhome.
During the visit, the Mayor and Mayoress were given an in-depth tour of Phase 2 of the development located on Arnold Lane, which once complete, will provide an additional 400 much-needed modern and energy-efficient homes to families and homebuyers in the area.
Ideal for first-time buyers, growing families, and those seeking more space and flexibility, Park View is a vibrant and modern community which borders the 240-acre Gedling Country Park.
As part of Keepmoat Homes’ ongoing commitment to building great places for people to live, work and play, the homebuilder will be engaging with global charity, the Rosie May Foundation, in a partnership that will host various events and fundraisers to help provide care and support for vulnerable groups within the community.
Shaun Fielding, Regional Managing Director at Keepmoat Homes said, “We’d like to thank our notable guests and partners for helping us celebrate the opening of our sales centre and showhome at Park View, and bear witness to the beginnings of the next phase of our ambitious housing scheme in Gedling. We’re immensely grateful for the Council’s support of this project to deliver much-needed new homes to the area.
“Park View is more than a housing development, it’s a community in which our residents can enjoy a relaxing and active lifestyle, whilst aiming to benefit and provide additional support to the wider area. We look forward to welcoming those who are looking to get on the housing ladder and experience for themselves the standout features that Park View has to offer.”
Comment from Councillor Jenny Hollingsworth, Portfolio Holder for Sustainable Growth and Economy; “One of our key priorities is to provide more homes and drive the delivery of key housing sites, such as this, to ensure we meet the current and future housing needs for the borough.
“This development is a fantastic example of partnership work, and I’m proud of what we’ve achieved by working with the developers, Keepmoat, to help bring these much needed new homes to the borough.
“With nearby town centres, retail parks and the stunning Gedling Country Park all on the doorstep, I’m sure it won’t be long before buyers make these new houses into homes”
Nicola Brien, Corporate Partnerships Manager at the Rosie May Foundation, said “The Rosie May foundation is a Nottingham based international charity supporting women and children in Sri Lanka and Nepal giving them the chance of a better future.
“As a result of our response to the pandemic, our work supporting the local community here in Nottinghamshire has expanded supporting the most vulnerable and socially isolated in our local communities, and following the launch of Park View, we’re thrilled to be partnering with Keepmoat Homes on supporting the community in Gedling and we look forward to witnessing the positive impact that our partnership will have on people a little closer to home.”
Park View, served by the newly opened Colliery Way A-road, will see the delivery of an additional 400, two-,three- and four-bedroom homes to the area, as part of Gedling Borough Council’s ambitious housing development strategy and marks Phase 2 of Keepmoat Home’s Gedling community following on from the popular Chase Farm site. A future phase at Lambley Lane, Gedling will also include the new Future Homes Standard and will include air source heat pumps, solar PV panels, increased levels of insulation, and EV charging points, with the aim of helping tackle climate change.
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