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£7.5 million investment set to for Bingham




More than £7.5m pounds is set to be invested in and around the the market town of Bingham thanks to a new development by housebuilders Barratt and David Wilson Homes, Romans’ Quarter.

The funding forms part of the planning agreement for the new development, which plans to bring 317 homes to the area, and will be used to support services and improve facilities for both new and existing residents.

Among the contributions is more than £5.8m towards education provision for purchasers at the development, including primary and secondary schooling. Also included is more than a £270,000 contribution towards the railway station and parking, and over £600,000 for various transport, traffic and road facilities in the area.

Chris Southgate, managing director at Barratt Homes North Midlands, said: “As a five star housebuilder, we pride ourselves on our commitment to the local community and strive to support it wherever we can. Investing in local communities is an extremely important part of building a new housing development.”

John Reddington, managing director at David Wilson Homes East Midlands, said: “As Romans’ Quarter begins to progress we will not only be contributing to the area financially, but also in terms of the jobs we have created for local people and the quality homes we are building.”

Romans’ Quarter, located on Chapel Lane, is a brand new development that will provide a selection of two to five bedroom homes.

Residents at the development will benefit from easy links into Nottingham city centre, which is just a 30 minute commute away.



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