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Work has commenced on phase two of the Trent Basin development after amost all the homes and apartments in Phase One, were snapped up.
Builders Willmott Dixon, have now moved on to the next 31 homes, which will feature balconies and roof terraces, providing views across the river, to Lady Bay or a cityscape to the north.
The Trent Basin development will comprise 500 low energy homes when complete and this second phase of 31 properties will comprise a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses along with 2 bedroom maisonettes, ranging from £195,000 up to £450,000. The first of these new homes will be ready to move into in 2019
Nick Ebbs, Chief Executive of Blueprint, the multi awardwinning Nottinghambased developer of Trent Basin, said: “We’ve been delighted with the popularity of this unique location to date. Feedback from those residents now settled in at Trent Basin is that this is a unique neighbourhood, where residents share a sense of commitment to using energy responsibly and see the natural beauty surrounding their homes.
“The tall, elegant houses in Phase One fronting welldesigned streets with open views over water and green spaces create an instant sense of calm, while Trent Basin’s green energy credentials – it being home to Europe’s largest community energy battery fed by solar photovoltaic panels – put it on the map for residents who have one eye on their environment. Phase Two has been designed to build upon this now well established sense of place and will offer a broader range of property types and styles.” “There’s already a commitment to low energy living shared among the residents, with many of them embracing electric cars, carsharing and cycling to work. We plan to install additional electric car charging points at Trent Basin and are looking forward to the completion of Nottingham’s first Eco Expressway along Daleside Road which will complement our ambitions for the community by giving buses, bikes and electric vehicles priority along one of Nottingham’s busiest routes.”