New homes coming soon on next phase of Derby’s popular Castleward development


Househunters in Derby are being encouraged to enquire about the next phase of Compendium Living’s landmark Derby city centre development, where a modern selection of two and three-bedroom homes are coming soon.

Work has now begun on the next phase of Compendium Living’s £100 million pound regeneration scheme with Derby City Council and Homes England, where a stylish selection of 42 two and three-bedroom homes, low-rise apartments, maisonettes and duplex-style properties will be available to purchase in 2020.

Perfectly located in central Derby, Castleward is just a stone’s throw away from the Intu centre and the railway station just 0.2 miles away.

Perfect for first time buyers and commuters, the modern homes at Castleward will be beautifully crafted with style and high specification as standard and will be available to purchase using the Government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme. 

Twelve affordable apartments will also be built as part of this phase of Castleward on behalf of housing association Riverside.

The Government backed Help to Buy scheme allows buyers to purchase their dream Compendium home using a 5% deposit. The remaining amount is made up from a 75% mortgage and a 20% equity loan.

For more information on the homes coming to Castleward and to register your interest, please visit the Castleward website and click on the link for the Castleward development.

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Trish Foster, regional sales director said: “We are so excited for the next phase of Castleward to be in sight, providing more modern and contemporary homes to the city centre. “These homes are ideal for first time buyers, young professionals and commuters searching for a brand new home within easy reach of transport links and amenities. “I would encourage anyone interested in these homes to register their interest now for further updates and information on the properties available.”

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