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Hertalan project: Green Street, Nottingham

Afbeelding: Green Street Nottingham

The Green Street scheme, by multi-award winning developers Blueprint, comprises thirty-eight high quality three and four-bedroom homes in the Green Street/Fraser Road area adjacent to the Victoria Gardens on the Trent Embankment. The first thirteen homes were ready for occupation by autumn 2010 and the scheme should be complete by spring 2011.


Built by Lovell and designed by Nottingham architects Marsh Grochowski, the houses will reflect Blueprint's high standards of design and sustainability. As sustainable low-energy homes, the Green Street houses will have levels of insulation and air tightness which far exceed the standards which new British homes are obliged to have. All of the homes will have ground-level court yards and large roof terraces while most will also have balconies and private car ports/garages for parking.


hertalan easy cover and hertalan easy cover MF membranes have both been used on the project for the roofs and balconies, having been chosen because of their environmentally friendly credentials and BBA certification. The installation has been undertaken by Phoenix Roofing Contractors of Mansfield.


Green Street itself has also been designed to give residents the traditional values of urban street living – a place where neighbours know their neighbours, are proud of their environment and can walk safely down well designed tree-lined streets next to a new traffic calmed access road. A new pedestrian link with the Victoria Gardens is also being provided.


The 1.3 acre brownfield scheme is being developed in two phases, with the thirteen homes on the northern side of the development being the first ready for occupation.


Richard Storey

Regional Manager North

Afbeelding: Richard Storey