Osmaston Regeneration Partnership Logo

Osmaston Regeneration Project

Updated: 24th Oct 2014 – Wide View of Main R-R Site

Wide View of R-R Site

Wide View of R-R Site

Updated: 10th Oct 2014 – New logo, Partnership between Derby City Council, Derby Homes, Keepmoat and us OSCAR

Osmaston Regeneration Partnership Logo

Osmaston Regeneration Partnership Logo

Updated: 15th July 2014 – BBC News clip of the Consultation (Click on link to view)

BBC News – 3rd July 2014 Rolls Royce Site

Updated: 6th July 2014 – Proposed House Types – Private & Affordable (Only layout, not from a design point of view) (Please click on links, which will open a new page/or download the document)

 DRAFT copy of Affordable Houses layout

DRAFT copy of Private Houses layout

Keepmoat House Type literature (Sales)

Updated: 3rd July 2014- Design presented to community, with positive feedback


3D Image of Proposed Layout of R-R Site - Nightingale Road

3D Image of Proposed Layout of R-R Site – Nightingale Road

Updated: June 2013Keepmoat have access to site, to enable site testing.

An Over Grown R-R Site -

An Over Grown R-R Site -

An Over Grown R-R Site -

An Over Grown R-R Site -

Site being prepared for site Testing


UPDATED: Dec 2013

Keepmoat confirmed as Derby City Council’s regeneration partner

Keepmoat has been confirmed as Derby City Council joint venture regeneration partner to deliver new homes at the site of the former Rolls Royce factory in Osmaston. The delivery partner deal means that work could begin on the site very soon.

Derby HomesDerby City CouncilKeepmoat & OSCAR will be working in an equal partnership to enable this project to be delivered

The Council reported that Keepmoat’s proposals were the “most advantageous” following the tender process. The report (14 page /204KB PDF) said: “Keepmoat have proposed an outline solution for residential development which will deliver approximately 343 new homes on the site, including 20% affordable housing on the main works site. The finer detail of this development is to be worked up but their submission demonstrates a solution which addresses the requirements of the community and the Council is financially viable and deliverable.”

It has been proposed that the Grade II listed Rolls Royce building will be converted into a community facility. The development also includes the refurbishment of Osmaston primary school.

“This scheme is a significant step forward in the ongoing regeneration of a historically important community in Derby and we are delighted to be selected as the developer for this joint venture project,” Keepmoat new build managing director Paul Degg told Inside Housing.

“There is a need for affordable, high quality housing in the area which the community will now benefit from,” he said. “Keepmoat has experienced rapid growth in the midlands having recently completed our 1000th home in our third trading year and we expect to bolster this by delivering a further 500 homes in 2013.”

Leader of Derby Council, said: “The regeneration of Osmaston is a priority for the Council and we are confident that our partnership with Keepmoat will deliver on our goal to create a residential neighbourhood in which families will flourish.”

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