Bank Holiday Monday 5th May sees a spectacular home buyers’ event in Barrow. The Mayor and Mayoress, Councillor Colin Thompson and Mrs Brenda Thompson start proceedings at 10.30am with unveiling two new show homes at the St James’s Gardens development on Holker Street in the heart of Barrow. A joint venture between Brookhouse Homes, Modlar Homes and the Holker Group.
It's the last chance to buy at Parklands in Audenshaw where just one home is still available.
‘Homes Fit for Study’ released by the NUS last month revealed that more than three quarters (76%) of respondents had experienced problems with the condition of their home in the private rented sector. From mould to mice, the report reinforces a need for new quality housing.
Set in stunning, rolling countryside, yet within easy reach of Manchester’s major motorway network, new homes at Windermere Park have already proved popular.
The regeneration of East Manchester is set to take another major step forward this spring when the next phase of homes goes on sale at Platting Village.
The right honourable Rory Stewart MP, the Conservative representative for Penrith and The Border, formally marked the commencement of construction at McCarthy & Stone’s forthcoming Retirement Living development on Friargate in Penrith by attending an official ground breaking ceremony last week.
Sales of new homes in Farndon look set to blossom with a show home opening this weekend (April 12/13).
New homes on the site of a former military base near Warrington have proved a soaring success and with limited availability buyers are being urged to sign up now if they want to land one of the final properties.
An HM Government document from July 2013 describes the huge £10.2 billion contribution overseas students make to Britain. It highlights the need to “look after them while they are here” and part of that host role is decent student accommodation.
Countryside has released for sale the last two show homes at its popular Oak Mill Chase development on Spencer Street in Oldham after a flurry of purchases through the hugely successful Help to Buy scheme.
A leading house builder is inviting North West househunters to jump to the front of the queue for new properties to be launched next month in Radcliffe.
Wanting a bigger home in a better area are among the top reasons people plan to move and Fern Lea in Farndon scores highly on both fronts.
The eagerly awaited successor to one of Crewe’s most popular developments, is coming soon to Haslington.
Help to Buy equity loans are proving popular at Parklands in Audenshaw where 43% of customers have benefitted from the Government backed scheme.
The first properties in the next phase of stunning, waterside homes in Fleetwood are due for completion in the next few weeks.
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