Leading developer Barratt and David Wilson Homes is investing in the future of Northamptonshire with the houses they’re building, the jobs they are supporting and the local projects they’re involved in.
The housebuilder is committing more than £37 million across the county due to the S106 agreements at its developments.
The investments will go towards a variety of sectors, including education, public transport and community facilities.
For example, £1.7 million towards primary education in Thrapston, £2.5m towards the new A43 bypass in Overstone, and £600k towards sports facilities in Earls Barton.
John Dillon, Managing Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “We have supported the area not only with the homes we build but with the funds we have contributed to the local authorities and the jobs we have created here and we will continue to do this in the future.
“As a leading housebuilder, we are very aware of the vital role we play in supporting local communities in and around the areas we build houses.
“With a strong presence in Northamptonshire, we’re thrilled to be able to give back to our community wherever we can and be included in these local projects.”
Barratt Homes is currently building properties in Northamptonshire at The Nurseries in Thrapston and Overstone Gate in Overstone. David Wilson Homes is also building properties at The Nurseries and Overstone Gate, as well as at The Avenue in Moulton, The Wickets in Earls Barton, Bertone Gardens in Hanwood Park and Duston Gardens in Duston.