09:18AM, Thursday 09 February 2012
This is what the new housing estate due to be built on the former Badnells Pit in Maidenhead could look like.
Work is due to start at the end of this month on building the 448 home estate.
The computer generated designs show what it could look like when complete.
They have been released by Shanly Homes as it launches a campaign to find a new name for the Blackamoor Lane development.
The public is being asked to log on and vote for what they think it should be named from a shortlist of three:
- Boulter's Green Meadow (suggested by Shanly)
- Ray Mill Meadow (suggested by Shanly)
- Dunmede Meadow (suggested by Maidenhead Civic Society)
Voting for the new name opens today and closes on Wednesday, February 29.
Vote here: www.shanlyhomesmaidenhead.co.uk
For every vote cast the Beaconsfield based company will donate £1 to Braywick-based disabled sports charity SportsAble. The maximum it will donate is £1,000.
The estate will be made up of one and two bedroom apartments, starting at £190,000 and two, three and four bedroom homes, starting at £290,000.
For the full story see today's Maidenhead Advertiser.
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