Homes & Apartments now SOLD OUT!

Derby, Derbyshire

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Phase 2 is now all sold.

Castleward is a joint venture partnership with Compendium Living for the £100 million redevelopment in Derby City Centre that will consist of new retail stores, coffee shops, parks and a new primary school that will revitalized an unused part of the city and transform it into a vibrant neighborhood.

Castlewards first phase provided a fresh, new start for an important part of Derby city. Building on its success, the latest phase brings the addition of 54 quality 2 and 3 bedroom homes and apartments.

 

Castleward Phase 2)

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Right on your doorstep

With a whole host of opportunities and experiences on your doorstep, city living is one of the most exciting lifestyles around. Whether you’re a culture vulture or a shopaholic, in the city there’s always something to see and do as England’s most central city, Derby is supported by excellent transport links to the rest of the UK.

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05/05/21

Derby student with impaired hearing moves into first home with help from family

Derby student with impaired hearing moves into first home with help from family

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15/02/21

Current phase of popular Derby development is down to its final few homes

Final Homes available at Castleward, Derby

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20/10/20

Unmissable special offer on Derby city centre homes this weekend

Special offers available at Castleward, Derby.

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Meet the team behind popular Derby development

Castleward - Meet the team!

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L R; Ian Ridgway, Year Four Teacher; Sue James, Headteacher; Earl Patrick, Community Liaison Officer; Daniel Peffers, Year Five Pupil And Ellie Mae Clarke, Year Five Pupil.
03/02/20

Local school receives donation from nearby housebuilder

Local school receives donation from nearby housebuilder

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* The interest rate is based up The Bank of England Base Rate on the 1st December, 2020 plus 1.1%
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