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As the award-winning national homebuilder Miller Homes launches its exciting new development in Manchester, Varsity Quarter, it has announced a breakdown of its £640,000 worth of contributions that are to be made to the local community.

The homebuilder will provide almost half a million pounds to rejuvenate open spaces, £125,000 to pedestrian crossings, and £17,395 to build and improve nearby bus shelters. The funds will help to maintain and improve the surrounding area of the Varsity Quarter development, which will reside on the old site of Manchester College’s Northenden campus. 

Miller Homes is rated 5 stars by the Home Builders Federation and is known for encouraging a new sense of community in the areas where it builds, already having supported local primary schools in the area alongside maintaining an ongoing partnership with Variety The Children’s Charity’s North West branch in Stretford.

Clare Noakes, Sales Director of Miller Homes North West, says: “We’re pleased to be bringing these contributions to the area and look forward to undertaking further work with the Manchester community as work on the Varsity Quarter development progresses.”

Information on Varsity Quarter will be released to the public in the coming months, and updates will be posted accordingly on the Miller Homes website