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Discover  new homes in Nottingham

The desire for homes in Nottingham and the surrounding Midlands has never been higher, with the area attracting both locals to put down roots and commuters to move into this up and coming major city. 

New builds in Nottingham are dotted around the city in a variety of areas, from Sherwood in the North to Wilford in the South, and the Strata development of contemporary new homes in Nottingham are no exception.

Nottingham is an ideal location to buy a new house, with a great mix of historic reputation and thriving atmosphere. The different areas of the city have their own unique culture and provide thrilling combinations of the city and the countryside – and the city centre is packed full of culture, big brands and independent names, and amazing amenities. 

The nightlife and highly rated universities attract students, while the independent restaurants, bars and vintage shops attract young working individuals and couples. The outer suburbs of the city are perfect for young families and older couples looking to purchase new build homes in Nottingham, with plenty of proximity to the attractions of the city whilst maintaining a more peaceful lifestyle and having great local services. 

What are the highlights of living in Nottingham?

The city of Nottingham offers so much to both its visitors and residents alike – from cultural attractions like Nottingham Castle and sports grounds, to raved-about independent bars and restaurants – there really is something for everyone there! 

With an estimated population of 330,000, it is one of the largest urban areas in the Midlands and takes the crown for one of the most well-connected cities in the middle of England. From transport to takeaways, here are some of the highlights of living, working, and playing in the city of Nottingham.

Arts and Culture
Food and entertainment

Arts and Culture

Nottingham has a rich tapestry of history sewn together throughout the centuries that is shown in its present cultural outlets – it was named the ‘Home of English Sport’ in October 2015 and in December 2015, Nottingham was named a 'City of Literature' by UNESCO thanks to its thriving live poetry scene, and ties to famous authors of the likes of Lord Byron and D.H. Lawrence. The iconic Nottingham Castle can be found in the west of the city, perched atop Castle Rock, and brimming with history – fans of the fictional figure, Robin Hood, may recognize it from his many tussles with the Sheriff of Nottingham. 


Nottingham is served by a variety of great public transport links, including East Midlands Airport for flights all over Europe as well as UK destinations such as Jersey, Belfast, and Aberdeen. The city is sandwiched between the two major roads connecting the North and the South – the A1 and the M1, meaning there is really easy access to Manchester, Newcastle and London in the other direction. Nottingham train station serves the North and South across 8 platforms. There is also a tram network in Nottingham that was built in 2004 and caters to the North and South districts of the city. 

Food and entertainment

Nottingham’s food scene is huge right now – there are so many restaurants and independent bars dotted around the city, and the city centre and Hockley are renowned areas for having a fun night out with friends. Some of our top picks for independent bars and restaurants in Nottingham include: Rock City, Tilt, Boilermaker, Coco Tang,  Hockley Arts, 31k, Oscar and Rosie’s and 200 Degrees coffee.


Located just north of the city is the historical and renowned Sherwood Forest. You can wander the tranquil paths of the forest on well-trodden paths, a perfect place for weekend walks with the kids or the dog. The towns of Derby, Chesterfield and Lincoln lie within a 30-minute drive of Nottingham, offering up quaint small-town shops and a weekend day out. Meanwhile the Peak District National Park spreads out above Nottingham, offering up a wealth of beautiful countryside, hikes, and photogenic scenery. 

Living in Nottingham

Our new builds in Nottingham benefit from plenty of local amenities as well as easy access into the centre to enjoy the delights of the city. Located in Bilborough in the Northwest of the city, you’ve got quick access to both the city centre and only a few minutes’ drive out to the surrounding countryside and local villages. 

The local area is teeming with top quality schools, both primary and secondary level, and is also home to a top-quality sports village and two parks on either side of the development. With our development of new houses for sale in Nottingham, you can thrive in the community culture of this idyllic suburb, and you’ll never be far from neighbourhood friends and things to do.