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First homes go on sale at Nightingale Rise

First homes go on sale at Nightingale Rise

A new housing development has opened its doors to visitors in Hoo St Werburgh, Kent.

Hit the water this Spring at Martello Lakes in Hythe

Hit the water this Spring at Martello Lakes in Hythe

As the days begin to lengthen and grow warmer, even the most dedicated gym goers and exercise class devotees start itching to get outside. At Barratt Homes’ Martello Lakes development in Hythe, Kent, residents will soon be able to renounce their gym membership in favour of water sports and outdoor exercise.

Building work begins on 300 home development

Construction work is well underway at a development of 300 new homes in Edenbridge.

First time buyers could leave rented accommodation years earlier at Castle Hill

First time buyers could leave rented accommodation years earlier at Castle Hill

Data from Nationwide suggests that the average deposit for first-time buyers in London is now above £80,000 and takes some penny-pinching eight years to save.

Downsizers find their perfect fit at Brambledown

Downsizers find their perfect fit at Brambledown

Downsizing to a smaller home continues to be a popular choice for the over 55’s, as nearly four million plan to move to a smaller property for convenience as well as cash savings.

Family homes at Castle Hill prove popular with priced out Londoners

Family homes at Castle Hill prove popular with priced out Londoners

With the average three-bedroom property in London costing up to £820,000, it is easy to understand why buyers are jumping at the opportunity to invest in Castle Hill, Ebbsfleet, Kent.

Bellway starts work at Hawksview

Bellway has started work on a new development of homes in Hawkhurst which will breathe new life into a disused former hotel site.

Jump on shore at The Docks, St Mary’s Island

Jump on shore at The Docks, St Mary’s Island

Award winning home builder Countryside has recently launched its latest collection of homes on St Mary’s Island in Chatham, Kent.

Find your forever home at Brambledown

Find your forever home at Brambledown

Recent research by Origin, has revealed that three-quarters of Brits are searching for a home to live in for the rest of their lives. The survey also highlighted what the UK’s ‘forever’ home looks like, revealing that a four bedroom house in an idyllic village location, with views of the surrounding countryside was the most sought after.

Homebuyers find commuter haven in Marden

Homebuyers find commuter haven in Marden

House prices for homeowners living 60 minutes outside of central London are, on average, a staggering 60 percent lower than in central London's zones 1 and 2, according to Lloyds Bank.

X1 Chatham Waters offers luxury apartments for property investment in South East London

Contrary to how it may appear from the number of people in it, there are actually many people who don’t want to live in London but who do want (or often need) easy and convenient access to it for work and/or play.

First images released of new homes at Sixty Three in Kings Hill

First images released of new homes at Sixty Three in Kings Hill

Home-hunters can now get their first look at the properties coming soon to a new Bellway development in Kent.

Plans approved for new Bellway development in Hoo St Werburgh

Plans approved for new Bellway development in Hoo St Werburgh

Bellway will soon begin work at a development of new homes which will generate investment worth over £2.3m for Hoo St Werburgh.

Have yourself a merry little Christmas at St Clements Lakes

Have yourself a merry little Christmas at St Clements Lakes

With the festive season fast approaching, the dream to celebrate Christmas in a new home is still within reach. Bellway Homes’ is offering its popular Express Mover scheme for purchasers at St Clements Lakes in Greenhithe, Kent, to help speed up the process of moving house and be settled in time for Christmas.

Neighbours become good friends at Horsted Park

Neighbours become good friends at Horsted Park

Recent research from Aviva, found that six million adults in the UK do not know any of their neighbour’s names, with only a quarter of people classing their neighbours as close friends.