Discover what living in one of our new homes in the East Midlands is like. Use our guide to the key cities, famous landmarks, special landscapes and things to do as your starting point.
Our new homes in the East Midlands are in the geographical centre of England, putting this diverse region right at the heart of the country - a description that can be taken quite literally - as 88% of the East Midlands is rural. There’s always another side to a story though, and with two major routes linking the East Midlands with London, this region is on a fast track for business and industry too.
Whether you want to be close to one of the region’s thriving cities and towns, or a bit further afield, our new builds in the East Midlands offer a choice of homes in locations to suit your lifestyle.
The East Midlands counties
This area includes Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire ( North and North East Lincolnshire are part of Yorkshire and the Humber), Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland – the smallest county in England.
Cities in the East Midlands
Enjoy city life in Derby, Leicester, Lincoln and Nottingham. Our new homes are close to some of these key towns too.
Landmarks in the East Midlands
Lincoln Cathedral towers above its namesake county – for two centuries it was the world’s tallest building - while Althorp House in Northamptonshire represents a right royal connection.
Landscapes in the East Midlands
Head to the Lincolnshire Coast for the sea air and the unique coastal scenery around The Wash. Walk around Rutland Water – one of Europe’s largest man-made lakes. Head for the hills in the Peak District at the southern end of the Pennines.
Things to do in the East Midlands
Explore the legend of Robin Hood in the Sherwood Forest, step back in time in Lincoln Cathedral, taste the best of Stilton and Red Leicester cheese, Lincolnshire sausages, Melton Mowbray pork pies and Bakewell tart, visit the National Space Centre, and enjoy the thrill of the race at the Silverstone Racing Circuit.