Redrow Homes South Midlands, which recently acquired Lucas Gardens; a 10.45-acre site in Shefford; has confirmed that it will be contributing more than £1.4million towards healthcare, education, libraries and the development of both indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
The contribution will include an education contribution in the region of £1.1million, as well as a healthcare contribution of more than £95,000 and nearly £19,000 towards local libraries.
Furthermore, the local community is set to benefit from approximately £80,000 towards indoor sport facilities, in addition to a further contribution of more than £32,000 that will go towards developing facilities for outdoor sport.
As part of Redrow Homes South Midlands’ commitment to creating thriving communities, Lucas Gardens will also accommodate space for the potential development of either a new primary school or community woodland has also been allocated within plans.
The development will feature 90 new one, two, three and four-bedroom family homes, including 32 affordable homes, with building on track to commence in spring 2020.
Edward Lindley, Land Director for Redrow Homes South Midlands, said: “We are thrilled to be building much-needed homes in the Bedfordshire area, with a range of house styles to meet varying requirements.
“Further cementing our reputation for creating thriving communities across the region, we have also committed to an investment of more than £1.4million, which will go towards improving sports, healthcare and education facilities for people in the local area.
“Our homes have always proved incredibly popular in this region, and we are delighted to be able to provide a range of properties for the whole community at Lucas Gardens.”
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Redrow Homes is currently building at Caddington Woods, in nearby Chaul End, Leestone Park, in Leighton Buzzard, and Hedera Gardens, in Royston. To find out more, please visit www.redrow.co.uk/locations/south-midlands
"We are thrilled to be building much-needed homes in the Bedfordshire area, with a range of house styles to meet varying requirements."
Edward Lindley, Land Director for Redrow Homes SM
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