The scheme — located on the edge of High Peak — will consist of a five-bed detached house, five four-bed detached houses and two three-bed semi-detached houses.
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The project is due for completion in March this year.
Mark Davidson, regional director at Assetz Capital, said: “It’s been an exciting process supporting Aspire Homes with this development in Glossop and I’m looking forward to seeing the completed site in March.
“We were keen to help Aspire in order to increase the availability of houses across the region and in turn aid the local economy by making Glossop a prosperous place to live for families.”
Paul Whitehead, managing director at Aspire Homes, added: “Assetz Capital’s knowledge of the market and overall desire to support housebuilders has really helped us feel valued and we look forward to continuing our relationship with them in the future.”