Chesterfield housing development to make valuable improvements to local services and facilities
A sought-after development of family-sized homes in Chesterfield is to contribute £135,000 towards improving the services and facilities available to people in the local community.
Complemented by a beautiful, rural backdrop and situated close to the Derbyshire town’s bustling centre, Harron Homes’ Heritage Green development boasts a magnificent range of three, four and five-bedroom homes for the benefit of prospective purchasers in the area.
As part of its work on the scheme, the developer will make a number of contributions to enhancing local services and facilities, including £95,000 towards the introduction of a new cycle link.
Totals of £30,000 and £10,000 will help to improve and maintain Thistle Park and Tapton Park respectively, which offer open green spaces for leisure and recreational use.
What’s more, an additional contribution will also be made to the preservation of public art throughout the town.
John Booth, Technical Director at Harron Homes North Midlands, said: “We are delighted to be making these contributions to Chesterfield, alongside the delivery of the new homes at Heritage Green.
“We hope that the development will help would-be buyers to make their way onto or up the property ladder, and that our donations will make improvements to the facilities and services that are available to local people.”
Heritage Green is located off Rother Way, Chesterfield, S41 0UB, and the showhomes are open daily. Further information is available at 01246 641136.
To find out more about Harron Homes, go to www.harronhomes.co.uk.