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New homes bring £1.1 million investment to Stotfold

1st July 2013 Print
The Frampton house style

Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey is investing £1.1 million in local community facilities as part of its Beauchamp Mill development in Stotfold.

The money is being provided to local authorities to improve existing public services and infrastructure as construction work continues at the development of high-quality family-size homes, in Taylors Road.

The £1.1 million pledged by Taylor Wimpey in association with Beauchamp Mill includes £914,929 towards the cost of lower, middle and upper schools, £84,712 towards early years education and day care, £73,558 towards sustainable transport schemes and a further £26,801 towards children’s play areas and recreational space.

Christine Scarborough, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “As a developer committed to working with local stakeholders we take our community engagement very seriously indeed.

“We have worked extensively with local authorities to ensure our financial contribution is spent in the best possible way to benefit both future residents of Beauchamp Mill and the wider community in Stotfold.

“Every single new home we build at Taylor Wimpey is part of a community and we are committed to ensuring our exciting Beauchamp Mill development offers much more than just high quality properties for local people.”

There’s currently a superb selection of brand new detached homes available to purchase at Beauchamp Mill, where three-bedroom properties are priced from just £248,000 and four and five-bedroom designs from only £302,500 and £434,950 respectively.

The Government’s new Help to Buy scheme is available at Beauchamp Mill, which enables first-time buyers and those looking to move on from an existing property to purchase their new home for 80% of its full price, including a deposit as low as 5%.

Bordered by open fields, the new homes at Beauchamp Mill are within easy reach of a host of facilities for day-to-day living in Stotfold, with the Garden City of Letchworth just four miles away.

Stotfold boasts a range of shops and businesses catering for everyday needs, including a small supermarket, a newsagent, a bakery, a pharmacy, a library, a church, a hairdresser and a garage, plus a selection of pre-schools and schools for younger children. Provision for older children can be found in nearby Arlesey and Clifton, where there’s also an adult education centre.

For commuters, the A1 is just half a mile from Beauchamp Mill, while Arlesey railway station is two-and-a-half miles from home, putting London King’s Cross just 37 minutes away by train.

To find out more about the new homes at Beauchamp Mill, property-seekers can visit the Sales and Marketing Suite, located in Taylors Road, Stotfold, SG5 4AX, and open Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5.30pm.

Information on all Taylor Wimpey developments across the region is available by visiting the website at

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The Frampton house style