Sense of community

Middlebeck is designed to grow and mature as a neighbourhood, so it will always feel like home. A bustling community hub located at the gateway of Middlebeck will emerge, where residents will benefit from a mix of shops, amenities and transport links right on their doorstep.

Our new café, Gannets, has already opened its doors and is now serving residents a homemade menu of hearty breakfasts, tasty lunches and sweet treats.

Run by the team behind the popular Gannets in Newark, the café provides the perfect spot for friends and family to catch up over good food in a warm, welcoming setting.

Sense of community
Education

Education

The school run will never be more than a short stroll or cycle away for residents at Middlebeck. Plans for the community’s new primary school will see a purpose-built, state-of-the-art facility become the new home of Newark’s Christ Church Infant School.

Centrally located in the heart of Middlebeck, the school opens its doors in September 2021 and will provide local children aged four to eleven with a first-class education in stunning surroundings.

In terms of secondary education, Middlebeck is within the catchment area for The Suthers School, currently being built in nearby Fernwood. For more information, visit thesuthersschool.co.uk

Open space

Named after the gentle stream that runs throughout the neighbourhood and nestled amongst breath-taking Nottinghamshire countryside, Middlebeck is the perfect place for those looking to set down roots and raise a family.

A total of seven acres of natural landscaping, beautiful wildflower grassland, ecology corridors, scenic paths, ponds and open spaces form the abundant greenery that makes Middlebeck such a stunning place to live.

And with the Sustrans route running through the east of the development, the great outdoors is just waiting to be explored.

Open space
Well Connected

Well Connected

However you need to get around, Middlebeck makes it simple. Only a stone’s throw from the centre of Newark, residents can enjoy a serene village lifestyle while benefiting from the bustling town just a few minutes’ drive away.

If you’re travelling by foot or bicycle, the green corridor of the Sustrans route guides you to Newark along a safe and scenic route.

Over time, a network of footpaths and cycleways will bring you to the village centre and its easy public transport links. Crossings and bridleways will help horse riders discover the rolling fields beyond.

For a hassle-free commute and easier journeys to family and friends, the new Southern Link Road offers residents rapid access to the A1 and A46, connecting Middlebeck with Newark, Nottingham and beyond.

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