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Bellway - Liberty, NG8

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Welcome to Liberty

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These new 2,3 and 4-bedroom homes in Nottingham boast nearby attractions set in the beautiful surrounds of Wollaton Park, with a green recreation ground, a traditional golf course, and a magnificent deer park with an on-site natural history museum, all within a 6-minute drive.

Transport connections to the development are excellent, with commuter access to Nottingham provided by local road links in under 11 minutes. For further travel, the M1 is a short 12-minute drive away via the A52, and enables convenient access to destinations both north and south. For travel by train, Liberty is served by Nottingham Railway Station which is located just 4 miles away and provides regular services to locations such as Sheffield, Liverpool and London.

Nottingham city centre provides a wealth of recreational activities to suit a range of interests and ages. The city’s cultural status is well-demonstrated by the popularity of venues such Nottingham Contemporary, Capital FM Arena and the National Royal Concert Hall, all playing host to enthralling local and international acts of music, theatre, art, opera and ballet. Active residents will enjoy the many leisure centre facilities in the area, such as the National Water Sports Centre, which hosts adventure trails and water sports within 270 acres of stunning parkland.

Well-suited to accommodate growing and mature families, there is a wide choice of highly-regarded schools in the area, catering for ages three to 18-years. For those pursuing further study, the award-winning University of Nottingham is less than 2 miles away, and boasts world-recognition for its position in the top 1% of Universities.


Nottingham city centre hosts an enticing mix of contemporary and traditional attractions, with state-of-the-art entertainment venues alongside spectacular period architecture. The area is strongly linked to the folklore of Robin Hood and visitors can partake in a guided tour that explores the 1,600 years of history behind the legendary figure and his local area. Lace-making is also a prominent feature of Nottinghamshire’s heritage and the remnants of England’s once most illustrious production centres can be seen in the Creative Quarter.

Nottingham Contemporary is a modern art space comprising four art galleries and a performance and film centre. It showcases outstanding collections of modern art works including international, European and English artists. The city’s Royal Centre is home to The National Royal Concert Hall and the Victorian Theatre Royal, both landmark buildings which play host to regular touring works and international acts of great acclaim.

Just out of the city centre is Nottingham Castle, a 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of a medieval castle, which is now Nottingham’s main museum and art gallery. A heritage-rich site within 10-minutes of Liberty is the Elizabethan mansion and lush parklands at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park. It houses Nottingham’s Natural History Museum which offers indoor tours to explore the working Tudor kitchen, as well as the Admiral’s bath and prospect room.

For active residents, Victoria Leisure Centre boasts a refurbished gym, a pool, spa facilities and group fitness studios. Just 10 miles from Liberty is the state-of-the-art Holme Pierrepoint Country Park, which boasts the National Water Sports Centre on site. With a two kilometre Regatta lake and a 700m white water course amongst its attractions, the centre hosts outdoor activities to keep a range of ages entertained.


Residents of these new homes in Nottingham will benefit from the proximity of quality educational facilities with a selection of schools serving ages three to 19-years. Less than two miles away, The Trinity Catholic School caters for those in secondary education, while Old Basford Primary and Nursery School covers children under the age of 11. Oak Field School and Specialist Sports College is less than one mile from Liberty, and serves pupils aged three to 19-years.

The award-winning University of Nottingham, ranked in the world’s top 1%, is only a 6-minute drive from the development and offers an impressive range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.


Residents will find a selection of convenient amenities within a 10-minute drive of the development, including three large supermarkets and several locally-run businesses.

Just over ten minutes away by car is the centre of Nottingham, which presents an unrivalled mix of shopping outlets across mostly pedestrianised streets. Three points of interest for shoppers include Bridlesmith Gate, Derby Road and Hockley, the first of which attracts fashionable shoppers in search of designer labels, iconic eateries and nouveau bars.

Derby Road, another popular retail location, is home to family-run businesses and independent stores, as well as charming food establishments such as a Victorian public house set in a sandstone cave. Hockley is an iconic area of the city which plays host to vintage stores, beautiful architecture and a European-style pavement café scene.

For indoor shopping, Nottingham has intu Victoria Centre and the intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, both comprising many of the most popular high-street stores.


A6514 0.3 miles/ 5 minutes
A52 0.7 miles/ 5 minutes
A60 3.6 miles/ 12 minutes
M1 4.6 miles/ 12 minutes
M6 46.5 miles/ 53 minutes
A1(M) 42.9 miles/ 55 minutes
Nottingham Railway Station 3.2 miles/ 15 minutes
East Midlands Airport 14 miles/ 24 minutes

Liberty is ideally located for commuters, with access to motorway networks and reliable public transport services nearby. The M1 is only a 12-minute drive away and affords travel both north and south. It also connects with the A1(M) and the M25, near London. Trips to Leicester using this motorway take only three-quarters of an hour. Smaller road links such as the A60 enable travel to Loughborough in just over half-an-hour and the A609 will take residents into Nottingham in just over 10 minutes.

Both Nottingham Railway Station and the Nottingham bus service cover a range of destinations ensuring that both leisurely and work commutes are well-served. Sheffield can be reached in 50 minutes from the city’s rail station while the major city of Liverpool is a little further afield at 2 hours 44 minutes. Journeys to Manchester will take commuters one hour and 53 minutes by train, while Leeds is a two hour trip. Access to the capital’s London St Pancras International station is also possible in one hour 45 minutes.


Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only.

The identification of schools and other educational establishments are intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and do not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission.

Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.

Sources: Google Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.