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Work Begins on New £10m Nottinghamshire Housing Development

Property developer, Taggart Homes, has announced that building works have started on their ‘Forest Park’ development in Nottinghamshire.

Located in the sought-after village of Annesley, in the Ashfield district of Nottinghamshire, the exclusive 45-home development was previously the site of a welfare club and has been vacant since 2009.

The new Forest Park development will inject new life into the disused land and is due for completion by winter 2021.

Chief executive officer of Taggart Homes, Michael Taggart, said: “Forest Park is an exciting new development that will bring forward sought-after homes in an excellent location.

“We build beautifully designed and well-planned developments for the ultimate in modern living and go the extra mile to include high-quality features that homeowners desire as standard.

“We are pleased to be progressing with Forest Park which will reinvigorate and breathe new life into an unused area in Annesley, in a wonderful, central location in the village.”

Forest Park will feature seven different property types, including semi-detached and detached homes. Prices start at £245,000 to £260,000 and will be finished to the finest quality with high-spec fixtures and fittings throughout.

The much-needed homes will appeal to a varied demographic with all properties to fall within the Help to Buy Scheme.

Commenting on the development, sole marketing agent of Forest Park, Tim Downing, Director at Pygott & Crone in Nottingham, said: “Our Nottingham office is really looking forward to marketing this fantastic new development of much-needed houses in the area. The quality of Taggart Homes’ offering will set a new benchmark in the region of how new homes should be built. We already have a large number of interested parties looking to reserve.”

Taggart Homes is working alongside Core Architects and Ashfield District Council to deliver this scheme.

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