Avant Homes Central has commenced construction of a new £47m ($57.6m) multitenure housing development in Somercotes, near Alfreton, in the UK. 

The project, named Seely Fields, is situated off Birchwood Lane and spans 20 acres.  

It is set to offer 200 homes, all designed with practicality and energy efficiency in mind. 

The Seely Fields development will showcase 16 different house types from Avant Homes’ portfolio.  

The company revealed that 30% of the 200 homes will be allocated as affordable housing.  

In addition, Avant Homes has pledged a community contribution of £875,000.  

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These funds are earmarked to enhance local secondary and post-16 education, improve public transport services, maintain open green spaces, and support local grass-roots sports initiatives. 

Avant Homes Central director Matt Barker said: “Work is progressing well at Seely Fields and we are looking forward to delivering a wide variety of quality new homes for everyone. As a multitenure housebuilder, we want to create vibrant communities and make owning a new home as accessible to as many people as possible wherever they are on their home-buying journey. 

“We will do just that at Seely Fields, so anyone wanting to own one of our practically designed, energy-efficient homes should register their interest with us now ahead of our sales launch in June.” 

The company intends to release the first homes for sale at Seely Fields in June, with the initial group of residents expected to move in early 2025.  

Avant Homes Central also plans to unveil a four-bedroom Horbury show home in November 2024. 

Last month, the company acquired a 22-acre site at Pleasley Hill Farm, Mansfield, for an undisclosed amount.   

It intends to construct 396 homes that feature between two and four bedrooms, subject to planning approval.