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Wheatley Fields by Bellway Homes Ltd

Pasture Lane, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11

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An exciting new development of stylish three, four and five bedroom homes in Ruddington

This exciting development of 3, 4 and 5-bedroom new homes in Ruddington will offer a delightful location set in a historical Nottinghamshire village.

These properties have been designed with traditional style aspects to complement the classic village charm of the area. The development is surrounded by lush countryside that presents beautiful scenic views to many of the plots. All homes will enjoy a high level of specification across the variety of house styles available. Wheatley Fields will also provide residents with landscaped, public, green spaces and footpaths to enjoy and will appeal to families, first-time buyers and retirees.

The residents of these new homes in Ruddington will enjoy the convenience of both the local road links and the public transport services. With several A-roads less than 10 minutes from the development, travel to locations like Loughborough, Nottingham and Leicester are easily afforded. Rail services are accessible at Nottingham Railway Station, which has a number of routes to serve the region, as well as travel into the capital.

Well-regarded schools are located in the village offering facilities for nursery level to post-16 education. There is also the reputable University of Nottingham not too far away. Local amenities are conveniently positioned too for residents and cater for a range of everyday needs with a supermarket, a post-office and banks all found in Ruddington. More extensive retail options are provided in nearby Beeston and in Nottingham.

A wealth of leisure activities are offered by both the local area of Ruddington, as well as nearby Nottingham. Cultural, historical and family-friendly recreation is at hand with the area presenting country parks, golf courses, theatre venues, art galleries and a watersports centre. There are also plenty of options for dining out and enjoying a drink as each location provides a multi-national and varied selection of eateries and drinking establishments that will suit a range of tastes and budgets.



Pasture Lane, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11

Opening hours

Pasture Lane
NG11 6AF

Open 10:30am – 5:00pm Friday to Monday and 10:30am – 7:30pm Thursday.

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Ruddington itself and the close proximity to Nottingham provides residents with a wealth of activities that will suit a range of interests.

Having received numerous green-flag awards, Rushcliffe Country Park is a highlight of Ruddington. It has eight kilometres of footpaths, grassland, conservation and landscaped areas to meander through. The park also offers a renovated children’s play area in the style of a medieval city and heritage railway equipment, as well as a skate park, a maze and willow weavings. Another country park of note is the Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre. It has 270-acres of parkland that features a two-kilometre long regatta lake offering an abundance of leisure facilities including a 700m white water course, a sky trail, mini golf, Segway hire, wakeboarding, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, power-boating and laser tag.

Golfers will delight in knowing that there are three courses within easy commute of Wheatley Fields. Ruddington Grange Golf Course is an 18-hole, private, parkland course and a regular venue for country cup matches. The Beeston Fields Golf Course and the Chilwell Manor Golf Course are both 18-hole, private, parkland courses designed by Tom Williamson.

Nottingham city centre is only 20 minutes from Ruddington and presents multiple leisure options that cater for a variety of ages. The city is known for its caves, which were once public house cellars, air-raid shelters and a tannery. These can be explored on a regular and well-organised guided tour. Sightseeing trips are also offered of the birthplace of the legend of Robin Hood, which uncovers 1600-years of local history.

There are many historic and cultural attractions in the city of Nottingham that are responsible for its reputation as the capital of culture. The Lace Market or what is now known as the creative quarter is a quarter-mile area encompassing the former home of England’s most thriving lace making centres. It is now a protected heritage area thanks to its 19th century industrial architecture and national significance. The creative quarter has been converted into a thriving social district of bars, restaurants, shops and apartments. There are also award-winning entertainment venues here including the Nottingham Contemporary and the Capital FM Arena Nottingham. Nottingham Castle, just out of the city centre, is a 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the medieval castle. It is a breath taking heritage place to visit and is now the city’s main museum and art gallery.

Local Shopping

Residents of these new homes in Ruddington will find a range of essential services within 1.5 miles of the development including a local supermarket, a post-office, a library, a bank, a petrol station and locally-run businesses. In nearby Clifton there are more grocery stores, a newsagent, a homewares store, banks, fashion outlets and a gift shop.

Beeston, situated on the other side of the River Trent, presents independent retailers next to familiar chain stores and high-street shops in a bustling mall environment. There are also weekly markets held in Beeston Square that offer gifts and hand-made treats, while the monthly farmers market has local groceries and produce. An arts and crafts fair is also held every second month providing hand-made gifts, clothes and artworks.

Nottingham city centre provides multiple retail therapy options. The shopping area within the city centre only takes 10 minutes to walk across and is a compact pedestrianised hub of high-street favourites, independent boutiques and familiar chain stores. It also has vintage stores, alongside well-known designer labels. There are three main areas outside of the centre well worth the time to explore. Bridlesmith Gate is the trendy designer hub, which is also dotted with eateries and bars.
Derby Road is an eclectic combination of family-run businesses, a farm shop and a pub in a cave. Whereas Hockley has a unique characteristic combining beautiful architecture with European-style pavement café scenes. The lace making heritage also features prominently here.


The village of Ruddington has well-regarded schools within close proximity of the development. Younger children are provided for by James Peacock Infant and Nursery school, less than a mile from Wheatley Fields, while primary-aged pupils have the Blessed Robert Widmerpool Catholic Primary and Nursery School and St Peter’s Junior School, just 1.5 miles from the development. Post-16 education is provided in the nearby areas of West Bridgeford and Keyworth.

A world top 1% university, the University of Nottingham, is less than six miles away.

Transport Links

Residents of these new homes in Ruddington will find excellent, local, public transport services that allow for easy travel around the village. Additionally, neighbouring road connections afford commutes to nearby rural and metropolitan destinations The A60 is only a five-minute drive away and enables travel to Loughborough in about 25 minutes, while the A52, less than three miles away, facilitates travel to Nottingham and Derby. A journey to bustling Leicester is about a 25-mile drive from Wheatley Fields.

The area of Ruddington is served by Nottingham Railway Station, which is around a quarter-of-an-hour’s drive from home. The station offers a number of useful services including routes into Sheffield in 50 minutes and travel to Leeds in two hours. Commutes to Manchester will take one hour and 53 minutes and Liverpool Lime Street will take two hours and 44 minutes. Those looking to travel into the capital can reach London St Pancras International in one hour and 51 minutes.

A60 1.4 miles/ 5 minutes
A453 2 miles/ 9 minutes
A52 2.6 miles/ 8 minutes
A606 3.1 miles/ 10 minutes
M1 10.9 miles/ 24 minutes
Nottingham Railway Station 6.5 miles/ 17 minutes
Nottingham City Airport 5.8 miles/ 14 minutes

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Beeston (2.6 miles)
National Train Station logo Attenborough (3.0 miles)
National Train Station logo Nottingham (3.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



• Granite/Earthstone worktops
• Integrated appliances
• Built-under double oven or steam oven (where applicable)
• Ceramic/Induction hob

• Choose from carpets, vinyl, ceramic or Amtico

• Full and half height tiling
• Comprehensive upgrade options

• Outside tap
• Heated towel rail

• Intruder alarms
• Security lights

• Additional sockets
• Additional switches
• Chrome sockets
• Chrome switches
• Under-unit lighting
• Shaver socket and light
• Electric powered garage door controls
• Recessed lighting
• Light fittings
• BT and TV points

• Landscaped gardens
• Additional height fencing to rear garden
• Wardrobes

About Developer


Over 60 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industry’s best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britain’s largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Group’s rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

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