Housebuilder’s £3.5million investment helps create thriving communities across East Midlands

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An East Midlands housebuilder has pumped more than £3.5million into improving local communities.

Redrow East Midlands, which is currently building at seven developments across the region, has made a significant investment into all its surrounding communities – over £3.5million – and isn’t finished yet.

With developments proving popular with buyers looking for their dream home, Redrow East Midlands has been hard at work supporting the surrounding areas, providing funds to support local education services, infrastructure and biodiversity.

Supporting local bio-diversity a key priority, and the developments have seen hundreds of pounds poured into the creation of animal-friendly spaces, with woodland planting and meadow grasslands aimed at making the developments a sanctuary for nature, as well as residents.

Across Leicestershire, Redrow has invested over £752,000, with a further £706,000 still to be invested in supporting local communities to thrive.

At Foxbridge Manor, in Castle Donington, Derbyshire, over £1.2million has already been invested in the local community, with a further £1.1million still to be invested – including in local youth and adult facilities, and support for local recreational grounds.

Meanwhile, at Redrow at Nicker Hill, Nottinghamshire, over £600,000 has already been invested into local health and education services, as well as funds to

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