Lambley Lane, Nottingham, NG4 4PA
Gedling Green, Nottingham
INTRODUCING THE FUTURE OF ECO-FRIENDLY AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING. SHOW HOME & SALES OFFICE COMING WINTER 2023
About the development
Introducing Gedling Green, Nottinghamshire. A collection of zero carbon ready 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes, the future of eco-friendly and sustainable living.
At the foot of Gedling Country Park and within easy reach of Nottingham, Gedling Green strikes a perfect balance between the city and the country, just one of the reasons why the area was voted in the top 50 places to live in 2020.
The community is also the first to offer our innovative new Echo, zero carbon ready-homes. Designed to help you use less energy and lose less, Echo combines tomorrow’s technology and the latest thinking to bring sustainable living to life.
From high levels of insulation, air source pumps and solar panels, to EV charging points, every energy-efficient detail has been considered. This is not only good news for your carbon footprint, it’s great for your pocket too.
With a wide range of two, three and four bedroom homes, there’s something for first-time buyers, growing families and downsizers.
- Modern living with a taste of country life, all within a stone’s throw of Gedling Country Park
- Innovative, energy-efficient eco homes with a range of eco-friendly features
- A range of comfortable 2, 3 and 4 bedroomed houses built with Air Source Heat Pumps, solar panels and EV charging points, as standard
- Just five miles from the fashion, food and leisure capital of Nottingham
- A short stroll from the independent shops, pubs and leisure centre of Arnold
- A range of primary and nursery schools within a one-mile radius
- Surrounded by country parks, woods, nature reserves and green spaces
- Stoke-on-Trent, Sheffield, Derby and Leicester all within a one-hour drive
- Close to schools, supermarkets, restaurants and takeaways
- Convenient Easymove service available
Home styles available
Home to Gedling Country Park, the historic village of Gedling is a destination in its own right and a perfect base to explore the bustling market towns on your doorstep. However, make the journey into Nottingham and you’ll find a blossoming food scene, a buzzing music scene, art, museums and caves and castles. Not to mention the mythical Robin Hood. Alternatively, hop on the train to Derby, Leicester, Stoke-on-Trent or Sheffield. Or explore the natural wonders the Nottinghamshire countryside is famous for.
Pop into the village, town or city
Whether you’re stocking up on supplies, dropping off parcels, picking up a takeaway, hitting the golf course or doing the school run, it’s good to know that you’re only ever five-minutes from home. With the village of Gedling close by, and the supermarkets, shops, pubs and parks of Arnold less than 10 minutes from your door, you can get everywhere, quickly. And be in the centre of Nottingham in just 15 minutes.
Explore nature on your doorstep
With 580 acres of footpaths, grasslands and open spaces within reach of your front door, you’re never far from nature at Gedling Green. Take a detour to Gedling Country Park for badgers, deer and dragonflies, tranquil lagoons and even a butterfly walk. Head to Arnold for the outdoor Arts Trail at Arnot Park. Or, dip into one of Nottingham’s many nature reserves for a glimpse of bats, beetles, green woodpeckers or kingfishers. Fancy a nature trail with a difference? Saddle up and hit Sherwood Pines for a tree-lined bike tour of the famous forest.
Unearth history and heritage
For a taste of the region’s rich past, take a closer look at the treasures on view in nearby Nottingham. Stop for a pint at the oldest pub in England – Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem. Plunge into the City of Caves. Learn about the city’s lace industry. Or, soak up the Elizabethan splendour at Wollaton Hall. Naturally, no local history trip would be complete without a selfie with the Robin Hood Statue and a place on the award-winning Robin Hood walking tour.
Get culture, art, food and fashion on demand
With a large student population, Nottingham has a lively arts and creative scene. So, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to music, theatre, comedy, cinema and nights out. There’s also a thriving food scene that covers everything from McDonalds to Michelin-star dining. For arts and crafts, call into the striking Nottingham Contemporary gallery, or pick up your own artwork in the Creative Quarter and explore the boutiques of Hockley.
Family attractions in all shapes and sizes
Whether you stay closer to home or head further afield, you’ll have plenty of options when it comes to days out. Strap yourself in for white water rapids and kayaking at the Holme Pierrepont Country Park. Take to the treetops at Go Ape in Sherwood Forest. Jump feet first into the RedKangeroo trampoline park or cuddle up to the locals at Nottingham’s very own Kitty Café.
Stay well connected
Commuters will love the freedom to nip onto the A60, A52 and A46 and zip through to Derby or Newark-on-Trent.
However, getting around without a car is simple too, thanks to regular buses from Nottingham (the 44 and 44A) and a network of cycle paths and trails. Nearby Carlton Station also offers regular services to Nottingham, from where you can catch trains to Birmingham, Leeds, Leicester, Cardiff or London.
Planning on flying further afield? East Midlands Airport is only a 40-minute drive away from home.
Our sales lines are open 24/7, 7 days a week (including bank holidays).
By car, follow the A6008 out of Nottingham, taking the A6011. Join the A612 (Colwick Loop Road) until it becomes the A6211. Turn right onto Jessop’s Lane and follow the road until it meets Lambley Lane.
Take a right onto Mansfield Rd/A60 towards Woodthorpe Drive, followed by a left, after the Little Red Train tourist attraction, onto Breck Hill Rd. At the roundabout, take the A6211 (Arno Vale Road) until it becomes Colliery Way, and follow the road until you reach Lambley Lane.
Take the 44 bus from King Street, Nottingham, to the Cemetery at Gedling. Then, walk the short distance to Lambley Lane.