New homes set to go on sale at major Derbyshire housing development

New homes at a 250-property development in North Derbyshire will shortly go on sale.

Monday, 19th April 2021, 4:07 pm

Bellway is planning to launch its Coppice Heights development of 257 homes off Whiteley Road, Ripley, next month.

Construction work is progressing at the scheme, where Bellway is building a range of two, three and four-bedroom houses, including 228 for private sale and 29 affordable homes for rent, or shared ownership.

A sales office will open at the site in May, with the first showhomes set to be unveiled shortly afterwards.

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Heidi Higgins, Bellway East Midlands sales manager, said: “Coppice Heights will deliver a variety of homes to appeal to a range of prospective purchasers, from first-time buyers and working professionals to growing families.

“The site is conveniently situated just more than a mile from Ripley town centre and is well-connected to the A38 and M1. We are therefore expecting a high level of interest from buyers who work locally, as well as those who commute to nearby towns and cities such as Derby, Nottingham, Mansfield and Chesterfield.

“Ripley itself boasts a good selection of shops, restaurants and leisure attractions, while residents at Coppice Heights will also be a short 15-minute drive from Giltbrook Shopping Park.

“The development’s edge-of-town location also means buyers will enjoy having the countryside right on their doorstep, with beauty spots such as Shipley Country Park just a few miles away.”

A typical interior from Bellway’s Mason house type.

Coppice Heights is part of a wider development of 400 homes being built in partnership with fellow housebuilder Ashberry Homes – Ashberry’s Amber Rise development is also due to launch in May.

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A typical interior from Bellway’s Mason house type.