29 Feb 2024


Work is well underway on 42 new homes in Ashleworth, on the site adjacent to the development of 35 houses completed in 2020 at Nup End by Redcliffe Homes and the showhome is now open.

The new development, Nup End Meadow, will feature a variety of of two-, three- and four-bed homes, all fitted with energy efficient air source heat pumps to provide central heating and hot water. The show-home a four-bed Alderton design.

Mandy Parker, Redcliffe’s sales and marketing manager, said: “We are very keen to promote sustainable development in all respects, and air source heat pumps certainly tick the boxes for that.

“The only energy they use is to power the unit that transfers heat energy from the external air into the dwelling, so their carbon footprint is really low.

“This means no gas needs to be installed at Nup End Meadow, which is so much better for the environment.

“In addition, the new homes will be constructed in timber frame which has further environmental benefits, namely a low CO2 cost in construction, and a reduced carbon footprint once installed thanks to high levels of thermal insulation.

“Positive feedback from the residents of our previous development at Nup End reinforced our decision to return and build more homes at Ashleworth.

“They are really happy with their houses, and they love the community and the fact their lovely rural location still has easy access to Gloucester and the M50.”

The village is located six miles north of Gloucester, close to the Worcestershire/Herefordshire border.

Its older features include a manor house, tithe barn and a total of 22 listed buildings and monuments, while the larger, more modern part of the village is situated on higher ground north-west of the village green.

The sales office and showhome are open 10am-4pm, five days a week (Thursday to Monday inclusive). Visits are by appointment and can be booked by phone on 01452 442290, or email at salesashleworth@redcliffehomes.co.uk. More information is available at www.redcliffehomes.co.uk  

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