New housing development in Crich pledges its support for local education

An in-demand development of family-sized homes in Crich is set to make significant contributions towards bolstering educational services and facilities in the local area.

Devonshire Gardens is a gorgeous collection of four and five-bedroom houses built by Harron Homes and located on the north-eastern fringes of the quaint Derbyshire village, which sits within a stone’s throw of Matlock in the Amber Valley.

Alongside its work on the scheme, the developer has pledged to make a range of contributions to augment local services and facilities, including £148,000 towards local education.

A further £5,000 will be used to provide travel plan monitoring, which will help to control the influx of road traffic generated by the development.

John Booth, Technical Director at Harron Homes North Midlands, said: “It is our pleasure to be providing these contributions for the benefit of people living in and around Crich.

“Devonshire Gardens is helping to bring more and more families to the area, and the donations that we are making towards local education will respond to the demand for high-quality schools.

“Given the level of interest that we’ve already received in response to the development, we don’t expect the remaining homes to stay on the market for much longer, so anyone who hopes to join this exciting, new community is urged to get in touch without delay!”

Devonshire Gardens is situated off Roes Lane, Crich, Derbyshire, DE4 5DH, and the showhomes are open daily from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

Further information is available at 01773 857209.

To find out more about Harron Homes, go to www.harronhomes.co.uk.