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First tenants move into Nuplace homes at Dawley site

Published: Friday, 26 May 2017

We're thrilled that the first tenants have begun moving into their Nuplace homes at The Oaklands in Dawley, two months ahead of schedule!

The Oaklands development features 91 two and three bedroom homes. Nuplace will privately rent out 47 two and three bedroom homes and the remaining 44 two and three bedroom homes will be sold on the open market by Lovell.

Properties were originally planned to be available from this summer but three houses at the site are already occupied.

The first couple, Jackie and Mitch have been in their new Nuplace home for since last month (April). They said:

“We have been in for a few days now and we love it. It feels spacious light and airy and a real pleasure to be home. We are off to a great start in our fabulous new home.”

Last week, Sam and Michael (pictured) moved into their first home together at The Oaklands site. After living with Sam’s mum they finally have a place of their own – although her mum will soon be their neighbour when she moves into her new home on the site, bought from Lovell.

The couple said they were attracted to Nuplace because it offered them long term security, as well as a brand new house.

The Oaklands is the third Nuplace site to be brought forward following Pool View in Randlay and Woodland Walk in Madeley, which are both now fully let.

Phase 2 will also include a site at Miners Walk in Madeley where building work has begun, as well as a further two sites at Hadley and Newport.

For you're interested in renting a brand new home you can apply here or call us 01952 384222.

Lovell launched their show home on the site last month and anyone interested in buying a new home at this site should call Lovell on 0121 4218338.

Jonathan Rowe, Director for Nuplace, said: “It’s great to see the first tenants move into our latest development and we’re looking forward to welcoming more this summer.

“Nuplace is playing a valuable role in the community, as well as generating commercial revenue for the council.”