Isle of Wight
Barratt continues its successful Meet the Experts events this autumn, with a focus on Part Exchange at its Whippingham development Hawthorn Meadows on Saturday 6 November.
David Wilson Homes’ has announced plans for a new East Cowes development and pledges its commitment to offering locals training, jobs and vital housing using Island product.
Buyers on the Isle of Wight searching for a spacious new home need look no further than Hawthorn Meadows in Whippingham.
Barratt has started work on its Pan Meadows development on the outskirts of Newport and marked the breaking of the ground by welcoming all those involved to take part.
As National New Homes Month gets underway in September, David Wilson Homes is highlighting five compelling reasons why discerning buyers are better off with a new David Wilson home rather than one built by its competitors on the Island.
Carisbrooke Grange is proving so popular that buyers need to move quickly if they want to secure one of the development’s two remaining houses.
As the school summer holidays are in full swing, Barratt on the Isle of Wight is warning youngsters to stay away from construction sites.
Barratt is helping Islanders land their dream home on September 4th 2010 as it hosts a Part Exchange event with a difference, to get your existing home sold and into a new one.
As work begins at Pan Meadows, Barratt’s new 846 home development at Newport, the nation’s leading housebuilder is making sure that local residents are listened to above the background noise of construction.
It's a familiar story. Lots of homeowners would like to move house but are struggling to sell their old home, with few viewings and not enough serious interest.
First time buyers on the Island are being urged to take advantage of a final opportunity to buy a new home with the lowest possible deposit. They could move into a new home at Carisbrooke Grange in Newport for as little as £98,000 thanks to the HomeBuy Direct low-cost home ownership scheme.
David Wilson Homes’ Victoria’s Walk development on the Isle of Wight is set for a September launch offering every type of buyer a home to suit them.
Over a hundred visitors turned up to a recent open day held by Barratt for suppliers and sub-contractors wanting to find out more about working on the new Pan Meadows development on the Isle of Wight.
David Wilson Homes will soon be launching The Mill development on the Isle of Wight, providing a brand new style of homes from the housebuilder on the former Dairy Crest site.
Barratt is bringing the government’s HomeBuy Direct scheme to the Island masses with a roadshow at its Hawthorn Meadows development in Whippingham.
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