Detailed plans were approved by Gedling Borough Council’s planning committee, and work has been brought forward to deliver 433 new two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom homes, 42 of which will be allocated as affordable housing across approximately 36 acres of land.
Initial plans propose a pilot scheme of 33 homes which are to be delivered to the new Future Homes standard, and all new homes in the final phase will include air source pumps, solar PV panels, increased levels of insulation and EV charging points.
Shaun Fielding, Regional Managing Director at Keepmoat Homes, said “We’re thrilled to receive the go-ahead for this final stage of our Chase Farm development in Gedling, with thanks to Gedling Borough Council.
“Our long-lasting relationship with Gedling Borough Council has enabled us to continue with our ambitious plans of regenerating the area, as well as shift our focus on delivering eco-friendly homes fit for the future.
“The continuation of Chase Farm represents Keepmoat Homes’ commitment to building sustainable communities and homes designed for green living, and provides the standard to which future housing must adhere to.”
Leader of Gedling Borough Council, Councillor John Clarke MBE said, “We are extremely proud of the partnership work with Keepmoat Homes and other developers to provide much needed housing while helping to boost the local economy through the creation of jobs.
“With the beautiful Gedling Country Park on the doorstep, nearby town centres and retail parks, as well as the benefits from the newly completed Colliery Way, these new homes are very attractive for people thinking of moving into our borough.”