Heritage Grange launches on 25th January 2020, bringing 125 new homes to sapcote.

Miller Homes Midlands has pledged more than £780,000 to the Sapcote community as part of its latest development, Heritage Grange.

Launched in January 2020, the development on Hinckley Road is set to bring 125 new homes to the village, with the first release of two, three and four bedroom homes currently available to reserve online.

The funds will help to support a number of local initiatives for new and existing residents.

This will include an investment of over £326,500 to improve educational facilities at Sapcote All Saints Church of England Primary School.

Further contributions come in the form of £69,000 to support the expansion of Stoney Stanton GP Surgery and £96,500 to help improve accessibility across the region through new bus passes for residents and improvements to village bus stops.

The housebuilder has also earmarked £3,700 to provide additional facilities at Sapcote Library, with an additional investment of over £240,000 to support the maintenance of open spaces around the village, including the creation of a children’s play and game area.

Commenting on the investments and the new development, Alastair Parsons, area sales director for Miller Homes Midlands explained:

“While we pride ourselves on building high-quality housing, we’re always firm believers in the importance of supporting the existing communities we build in so that both new and existing residents can enjoy their neighbourhood for years to come.

“Sapcote is a fantastic village and we’re so pleased we’ve been able to play a part in helping the area thrive further. For us, building a new development goes beyond just the homes we build but it’s also about creating a warm and inviting neighbourhood families feel proud to call home.”

The housebuilder celebrates its 85th anniversary this year, and in 2019 was awarded a five-star rating once again in Home Builders Federation (HBF) National Home Builders Federation New Home Customer Satisfaction Survey.

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