Hasland to receive community contributions alongside new housing development
Work is currently under way at a new housing development in Hasland, which will bring more than £600,000 of educational and health community contributions to the area.
Persimmon Homes Nottingham is creating a new community in Hasland as it builds 160 new homes off Mansfield Road.
Both Hady Primary School and Hasland Hall Community School are set to benefit from Section 106 contributions agreed during the planning process for the site, which will help create a further 37 pupil places across the two schools.
The NHS North Derbyshire CCG will receive £60,000 to support Hasland Medical Centre and Avenue and Hasland Partnership.
Persimmon’s Alderman Park development will feature two, three, four and five-bedroom homes and the company is working to open its showhome in January 2020.
Managing Director for Persimmon Homes Nottingham, Neil Follows, said: “We see our Alderman Park development as an extension of the thriving Hasland community.”
“This is the first time we have built in the area, so we are looking forward to introducing visitors to our range of homes.”
“We are already seeing many customers getting ahead of the game and securing their new home off-plan,” added Neil.
“Buying this way is ideal because you can secure your preferred property and location within the development.”
Located to the south-east of Chesterfield town centre, Alderman Park is near to all amenities and attractions required for everyday life as well as being close to beautiful countryside. Along with these benefits, comes convenient transport links by road, bus and rail.