All enquiries should be directed to the site developer, Camstead Homes, via their website. There is a contact form at http://www.camstead.co.uk/contact/ where you can enter your personal contact information and send them a message. The affordable homes are not for… Read More »I am interested in buying one of the open market houses on the Newburgh Site. What should I do?
When the Neighbourhood Plan was being researched a Housing Needs Survey was carried out by District Council. This survey identified that the primary need was for starter homes for young families.
Bradwell CLT will own the 12 affordable houses and has appointed Peak District Rural Housing Association, a professional, independent housing association, to manage them. The housing association will engage with Home-Options as a choice based letting scheme used across Derbyshire,… Read More »Who will own the affordable houses and how will they be managed and allocated?
Bradwell CLT is not responsible for the works and has no relationship with the contractors. Please refer to the PDNPA, as the planning enforcement authority, regarding issues such as access, parking and restrictions during construction, which is expected to take… Read More »What relationship does Bradwell CLT have to the building contractors?
Work on the site began in November 2016, with demolition of the factory units. Construction of the new Newburgh Engineering facility is now complete and the factory is fully operational. Construction of the first phase of housing began in February… Read More »When will work on the site be starting?
Newburgh Engineering’s Bradwell manufacturing facility will be staying in the village, and is now housed in a new, custom built facility. This retains employment for the many local people who work there.
Why hasn’t a “Derbyshire Dales” clause been applied to the open market houses to stop people from out of the area buying them up?
“Occupancy Clauses” can only be applied to houses built specifically for local needs (in this case the twelve affordable dwellings) and it is not possible to restrict or control who buys open market properties.
Why are the 43 houses being put on the open market because this will just lead to people buying them for even more holiday homes in Bradwell?
The first thing to remember is that the village voted overwhelmingly to accept the Bradwell Neighbourhood Plan, and one of the key elements of the Plan was definition of the number of houses which residents felt was acceptable to be… Read More »Why are the 43 houses being put on the open market because this will just lead to people buying them for even more holiday homes in Bradwell?
Regarding the private sale of the Newburgh industrial site to a housing developer, the Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA) has permitted a housing development of 55 houses together with the construction of 6 small industrial units and retention of… Read More »What has been agreed regarding the Newburgh site and what should we expect to happen?
If you are interested in renting an affordable house at Bradwell Springs, this is what you have to do: You must first of all register with Home Options. Visit the Home Options website https://www.home-options.org/ to see which properties are available.… Read More »I want to rent a house at Bradwell Springs or Bradwell Head Road. What should I do?