Countryside - The Boulevard, NG24

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Development info

This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of something big.

Middlebeck is an exciting new community in the making. Situated just to the South of the prosperous town of Newark in Nottinghamshire in the next 15 years over 3000 homes, a primary school, creche, doctors surgery and 49 hectares of employment space will be created.

An area steeped in historic interest, Newark castle and the surrounding land were part of the War of the Roses in the 15th Century. As such, there are an abundance of attractions to learn about this important part of English history.

Leisure

As a key site during the English Civil War, Newark is home to the fascinating National Civil War Centre and museum which document the various battles and sieges which took place in the surrounding area. For something completely different, the annual Dragonboat race takes place every September. starting in the towns Riverside Park, on the River Trent.

Education

Education is at the forefront of this development, with a brand new state of the art comprehensive secondary school (with 6th form) opening in September 2020. The local primary school is situated under 1.5 miles from the site and is rated good by OFSTED. For further education Lincoln College offers courses at its Newark campus and under 45 minutes by car or bus is Nottingham University, one of the largest Universities in the UK with a huge selection of educational opportunities.

Shopping

As a market town, Newark offers a superb shopping experience. High street regulars rub shoulders with small local independent shops, the town is also well served by supermarkets. Newark offers a good choice of both up market restaurants and old traditional style inns, which cater for most tastes and budgets.

Transport

Newark is excellently located for travel. Nottingham, Leicester and Lincoln are all under an hour away by road, making employment in these cities a simple commute. The A1 skirts the town to the West, with excellent links to the nationwide motorway network. For train-based journeys, there are two stations within 2 miles of the development. Central London is 1h 20 minutes away, whereas Nottingham is reached in just 25 minutes. East Midlands airport is under an hour by car with many international connections.