M. Lambe Construction to work on Avant Homes’ Cadley Village development

Birmingham-based civil-engineering company, M. Lambe Construction has been appointed by housebuilder, Avant Homes as a construction partner on its new Cadley Village development.

Located in Swadlincote, the 207-home development is 10 miles south of Burton-Upon-Trent and will feature a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties.

The scope of M. Lambe Construction’s works will include the earthworks strategy, formation of on-site roads and sewers as well as the constructions of the Cadley Village plot works.

Avant Homes Midlands managing director, Tim Brickley, said: “Cadley Park is an exciting project that is going to deliver a whole range of innovative new homes, including those at our Cadley Village development along with the creation of local jobs and significant investment to the area. 

“With over 35 years of experience in civil-engineering, M. Lambe Construction has the reputation and skills to help us deliver quality homes with the high specification and design that Avant Homes is known for.”

M. Lambe Construction contracts manager, Adrian Corrigan, said: “The Avant Homes ethos is more than just about building homes, it is focused on delivering developments to the highest specification and design. This is the perfect fit for M. Lambe Construction, and we are delighted to secure this exciting scheme.”

Avant Homes’ Swadlincote development will be part of a wider project within Cadley Park, which is set in the National Forest. This will deliver 600 new homes, a country park, a golf course and 4,000 sq ft of commercial and leisure development including a family pub.

Based in Nottingham, Avant Homes Midlands is an operating company of the Avant Homes group, one of the leading residential property developers in the UK. The housebuilder currently operates 11 Midlands developments stretching from Alfreton to Daventry.

To find out more about Avant Home’s Cadley Village development visit: https://www.avanthomes.co.uk/cadleyvillage/.