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House builder Redrow is offering community grants as it begins work on the new Kingsbourne development in Nantwich.

The company is inviting local causes and community groups to apply for a slice of a £10,000 fund.

Sales for new homes at Kingsbourne, on land between Reaseheath and Waterlode, will begin on Saturday January 27.

The first phase of the development will see 110 three and four-bedroom homes built.

Jason Newton, Redrow North West sales director, said: “We’ve been launching community funds across the North West alongside many of our new developments for a few years now and they’ve been a real boon to a wide variety of causes so far.

“We’ve been able to help out scout groups, primary schools, football teams, parish councils, new enterprises and individuals who require help with sports sponsorship.

“And that’s just a few! We’re now really excited to announce our fund for Nantwich and see what we can support in the area.

“Redrow sees it as a high priority to get involved with the communities in which we build and it’s been fantastic to see the results of what we’ve been able to fund across the region.

“If there are causes in the area that are in need of financial help, we would invite them to apply for a share of the £10,000 total.”

The fund is in addition to Redrow’s s106 funding commitment as part of the planning process.

£2.7m will be spent to improve local primary and secondary schools and local highways, roundabouts and junctions.

Any community groups wishing to apply for grants, can contact Redrow on email [email protected] with contact details, a summary of the project and how it would benefit the local community by February 12, 2018.

For more information and to register interest in the new Redrow homes in Nantwich go to or call 01270 861 704.

(Pic by Jonathan White)


  1. What’s affordable? Very much doubt it if other developments are anything to go by.

  2. Whilst a share of £10,000 will benefit some local community groups, the size of this offering is like loose change found down the back of the sofa to a company like Redrow. The company is set to make 10’s of millions of pounds from this development and that’s all they can offer the local community? Pathetic and insulting.

  3. L.E.M. Aitken says:

    Are these going to be affordable homes?

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