CAM’S latest development of eco-conscious homes have gone on the market.

Despite opening during lockdown, the opening weekend has seen an influx of interest in the 41 homes built by Newland Homes.

Redwing Gate offers rural village life in the Cotswolds and Severn Vale combined with the area’s most lively cities.

The homes have been been designed to reflect the character of existing homes and are a mix of on-four bedroom detached and semi-detached properties.

To help homeowners to avoid waste and conserve resources, each detached home has been fitted with solar PV panels.

Additionally, rainwater harvesting butts, composters, bike storage and integrated kitchen eco bins are all included as standard to enable residents to live greener.

Sales Consultant at Redwing Gate, Lesley, said: “We’ve had a lot of interest in the homes already, from everyone from First Time Buyers to those looking to move closer to family.

“People have been drawn to the homes thanks to the great location.

“First Time Buyers have a choice of homes available through Help to Buy here.

“Our first release of homes will be ready to occupy in time to attract the government’s stamp duty holiday, so there’s plenty of opportunity to move on and up the ladder.”

Three bedroom homes can be purchased by eligible First Time Buyers through the help to buy scheme.

Both the three bedroom Honeybourne and Cricklade homes start at £310,000, with a Help to Buy price of £248,000 if purchasers are eligible to use the 20% government backed loan.

This is the second Newland Homes development in Cam, having completed Strawberry Fields off Elstub Lane in 2016.

Viewings are available daily between 11am and 5pm.

The team at Redwing Gate are following government guidelines for safe viewings, one to one video calls and showhome tours, as well as a range of digital options to view online.

For further information visit their website or call 01453 350225.