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Newland Homes tops out at Cam

A key 'topping out' milestone was celebrated this week at Newland Homes' latest development in Draycott, Cam, near Dursley.

Newland Homes site manager Jane Grendall and planning manager Catherine Sheppard, who secured the planning permission for the new development, called Redwing Gate, came together to mark the occasion along with Catherine's two children; Violet who is nine and Sam aged four.

A total of 41 new sustainable homes are under construction at Redwing Gate; a mix of detached and terraced properties ranging in size from one bedroom through to four bedrooms, the design of which has been influenced by the character of Cam and Coaley.

Each detached home will benefit from Solar PV panels, marking a significant contribution to the sustainable credentials of these homes.

Ms Sheppard said: "The transformation of this brownfield site is well underway and it's extremely satisfying to see our proposals becoming reality. I'm proud to bring my children along to celebrate this occasion, as these homes represent the next generation of sustainable design for Newland Homes."

Established in 1991, Newland Homes claims to be leading the way to create more environmentally friendly new build properties. The Barnwood based company said it is embracing the latest technological advancements to make homes more sustainable and economic to run, without compromising on their style.

This is the second development that Newland Homes has undertaken in Cam, having completed Strawberry Fields off Elstub Lane in 2016. The new showhome at Redwing Gate is scheduled to be unveiled in the new year, and it is anticipated that the first home will be ready for occupation in early 2021.

For further information about Newland Homes, please visit www.newlandhomes.co.uk  or call 01452 623000.

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