Government funding of £83 million to ‘accelerate’ 3,000-home Nottingham urban extension

The government’s housing delivery agency Homes England will use £83 million of public money “to accelerate the delivery” of 3,000 homes at Fairham, a 245-hectare mixed use urban extension on the edge of Nottingham.

by Gavin McEwan
A masterplan visualisation of the development. Image: Clowes Developments
A masterplan visualisation of the development. Image: Clowes Developments

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