Natta Awarded Large Groundworks Contract by Legal & General Homes

Natta is delighted to announce that we have been appointed as the groundworks Contractor for a major new contract by Legal & General Homes.

This 10 year development in Finchwood Park will see Natta undertake the first phase of groundworks to 178 plots. Our works will include the drainage, infrastructure services, substructure brick and blockwork and hard landscaping.

Commercial Director Matt Sainty commented, “We are extremely pleased to have secured this project against tough competition. We look forward to working with Legal & General Homes in delivering an excellent quality project, whilst supporting the social aims of Legal & General”.

Legal & General Homes

Finchwood Park in Finchampstead will provide a new development of traditionally-styled, quality 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes and local amenities. Once complete, this will include 1,500 high-quality homes, a new primary school, improved public roads, business premises and over 146 acres of public open spaces, including a country park.

This is the second major housing development undertaken by Legal & General Homes.

About Legal and General Homes

Legal & General Homes is driven by its mission to create beautiful, vibrant, sustainable communities where people can thrive. It is passionately committed to providing first-class customer service and its Customer Service Charter guarantees transparency and regular communication to ensure a buying process that’s as stress-free as possible.

Legal & General Homes builds high-quality homes for people across a range of life stages. It is the first housebuilder to embed the principle of social value into its business as part of its commitment to making a positive contribution to the local communities it joins.

Legal & General Homes is the housebuilding arm of Legal & General Capital (LGC), the early-stage investment arm of Legal & General Group. LGC’s purpose is to generate long-term shareholder value by injecting new capital into key sectors where there has been a shortage of investment and innovation, including housing.