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Cheshire Home Buyers Grab A Slice Of The Action At New Development

Stanneylands development

David Wilson Homes’ new development is opening its doors early this weekend to offer Cheshire home buyers a slice of the action before its official show home launch.

The event is taking place at the Stanneylands development on Little Stanneylands this Saturday (19th January) especially for house hunters in the area that are interested in have the first look.

On top of exclusive early bird access to the development, keen property seekers in the Cheshire area will also receive free pizza which David Wilson Homes are offering out to hungry potential buyers.

Destination Is Key For Brand New Community Being Formed At Hanwood Park

Homes at Hanwood Park

Leading Northamptonshire housebuilder Barratt and David Wilson Homes is encouraging homebuyers in the area to consider becoming part of a brand new community at its Bertone Manor development in Hanwood Park.

The stunning development, which is located on Warkton Lane and part of the East Kettering Sustainable Urban Extension, will have something for everyone once finished.

The range of one to five bedroom homes will be surrounded by beautiful countryside and benefit from a host of onsite amenities.

Not Long Left To Secure A Property At Kingsley Manor

Kingsley Manor street scene

David Wilson Homes South Midlands has released its final range of properties at its Kingsley Manor development in Langford that is perfect for the whole family.

The sought-after new homes site, which is located on Station Road, currently has a range of four and five bedroom detached properties available that are expertly designed to suit modern living.  

The six remaining properties will give new residents a chance to join the newly-formed community of homeowners at the development who are already reaping the benefits of Kingsley Manor.

Snow Tips & Sparkle: How To Dress Your Home For Christmas

Christmas themed showhome

Lancashire housebuilder David Wilson Homes is spreading some Christmas cheer with its favourite decoration tips and tricks for the holiday season.

Christmas is an important time of year for homeowners and property seekers alike, with everyone wanting the perfect location to host a holiday to remember.

A white Christmas is never guaranteed, but that doesn’t mean homeowners can’t bring the festive spirit indoors by adding some sparkle to their décor.

Popular Luton Development Willow Grove Successfully Sold Out

Willow Grove Show Home

Willow Grove is a beautiful development located in Stopsley that is perfectly situated for the best of both town and country living. The centre of Luton is just a few miles away with all the amenities needed for modern lifestyles, while the open parklands of Barton Hills National Nature Reserve are a short drive away.

The sought-after development, located on Clinton Avenue, features a collection of three, four and five bedroom homes that tailors to the needs of a range of different buyers.

Glenn Copper, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes North Thames, said: “Willow Grove has proven a popular development and we are not surprised that the homes here have now sold out. 

Tadpole Garden Village, from £252,000 for 80%

Tadpole Garden Village home

David Wilson Homes has opened the doors to a brand-new show home at its popular development in Swindon. Park Viewat Tadpole Garden Village is the latest phase of the five-star housebuilder’s development in Swindon and features a range of three, four and five bedroom homes off William Morris Way.

Now potential residents have the chance to explore a new show home in the form of the Leighfield style home.


David Wilson Homes Toddler Tip 5 - Get used to your surroundings

Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes is offering Northamptonshire homebuyers its five top tips for moving home safely with young children over the festive period.

With a range of properties across the county that will be ready to move in before the big day, the developer wants to ensure people have a hassle-free move and keep their children safe. 

Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said:


The pupils who are taking part in the new Building Buddies Award scheme

Five star Hampshire developer David Wilson Homes has begun its new school award scheme, The Building Buddies Award, at Vigo Primary School in Andover as creative pupils look forward to an academic year long project.

The Building Buddies Award is being hosted at the local primary school close to the homebuilder’s Locksbridge Park development, guiding pupils through the construction process with four exciting activities.

This specially designed scheme is intended to encourage children to show an interest in the industry, helping them to consider a career in construction from an early age.

Pupils Shine Bright In High Vis Thanks To David Wilson Homes

Pupils Shine Bright In High Vis Thanks To David Wilson Homes

Pupils at Hayfield Cross Church of England Primary School have received a donation of reflector clips from David Wilson Homes to help them remain safe and seen as part of Walk to School Month.

David Wilson Homes South Midlands has given the school 100 bag tags for their pupils to wear whilst walking to and from school, ensuring they can be easily seen on the roads as the darker nights draw in. 

Walk to School Month ran for the duration of October and encouraged pupils to celebrate the journey to school on foot.

David Wilson Homes raises money for the Alzheimer’s Society 

The team at David Wilson Homes holding a cheque Alzheimer’s Society 

Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes has raised more than £30,700 for its chosen charity of the year the Alzheimer’s Society. 

The good-willed staff presented the charity with a cheque that totaled £30,704.19 during a recent meeting where they found out more about how their donation will be used. 

David Wilson Homes South Midlands, which is based on Riverside Retail Park in Northampton, have been fundraising for the charity for more than a year through its dress down day and various events. 

The charity supports those affected by dementia and ensures they are supported and accepted and able to live in their community without fear or prejudice.

First Home Reserved At Loxton Fields Just Minutes After Opening Its Doors For The First Time

First Home Reserved At Loxton Fields

David Wilson Homes celebrated the launch of its Marketing Suite and show home recently at Loxton Fields in Harlestone, with one home being reserved just 13 minutes after opening. 

During the weekend, three of the properties were reserved at the sought-after development and the housebuilder welcomed homebuyers into the new show home for the first time. 

Located on Whites Lane, Loxton Fields is ideally located to offer residents the best of both worlds with fantastic commuter links and stunning countryside views.

Prospective buyers that now attend the development will not only be offered a tour of the property, but also the inspiration provided by the unique interior designs on display.

More Than £3.5m To Be Invested In Northamptonshire

DW Homes Director in Northamptonshire

More than £3.5 million is set to be invested in and around the Northamptonshire market town of Thrapston thanks to Barratt and David Wilson Homes’ new development.  

The funding, which totals £3,508,494, forms part of the planning agreement for the new development, located on Market Road, and will be used to support services and improve facilities for both new and existing residents of the town. 

Among the contributions are £1.7 million towards primary and £1.3 million towards secondary education, as well as £100,000 for public transport and an £80,000 library contribution. 

Barratt Homes’ development Charter’s Gate and David Wilson Homes’ site The Nurseries will bring a range of different properties to the market town. 

Family of Wiltshire WWI veterans set to launch new community called Weston Meadow

Phil and the Westons at Weston Meadow

A brand-new community is set to be unveiled in Wiltshire later this month. David Wilson Homes is opening the gates to its Weston Meadow development in Calne on September 22 with a special open day, marking the first time people have been able to see inside. 

The development will be opened by Gordon Weston, whose family inspired the name for the new community. Gordon’s parents Walter and Ada Weston both served in WWI and survived and David Wilson Homes named the development Weston Meadows in a nod to the impact they had on the area.

David Wilson Has Its Say On Feng Shui

David Wilson Has Its Say On Feng Shui

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese way of thinking which teaches people that a home’s build and design can affect success, health and happiness. 

Having a well organised interior is also believed to help improve a home owner’s chi – a concept which means ‘life force’ of all animate things. 

Leading homebuilder David Wilson Homes South Midland has created a light hearted Feng Shui guide to help Northamptonshire homeowners achieve a harmonious modern living environment in their own home.

Find The Solution At The Paddocks

Find The Solution At The Paddocks

David Wilson Homes North Thames is offering a range of moving solutions at The Paddocks in Langford to help potential homebuyers move into their dream home.

Moving home can be a stressful time for many but with the variety of initiatives available, David Wilson Homes can assist homebuyers with a smooth move. 

Glenn Copper, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes North Thames, said, “As a five-star housebuilder, we want to make moving home as easy as possible for our customers. That is why we offer such a selection of moving solutions that will help ease the stress often associated with moving.

Stylish new homes for humans and wildlife in creation of community at Ladden Garden Village

Stylish new homes for humans and wildlife in creation of community at Ladden Garden Village

Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes are creating a special community with a difference in Yate at the new Ladden Garden Village. 

The five star housebuilders have commissioned an ecological plan to identify and protect wildlife at the site of the development - which features a range of two, three and four bedroom homes.  

The site, located just north of Yate town centre, includes around 101 hectares of mostly arable and improved pastureland - with a network of hedgerows including mature oak and ash trees. 

Other habitats within the site boundary include semi-improved neutral grassland, scattered scrub, dense scrub, marshy grassland, open water, and both permanent and ephemeral watercourses.

Warwickshire homebuilders bust the myth that renting is cheaper than buying

Warwickshire homebuilders bust the myth that renting is cheaper than buying

Leading homebuilders Barratt Homes North Midlands and David Wilson Homes East Midlands are breaking the myth that renting is the cheaper option for Warwickshire residents. 

Monthly renting costs are often higher than mortgage payments now interest rates are at an all-time low and the first step onto the property ladder may be more manageable than many people first think.

A recent survey conducted by the developer has found that 44% of Warwickshire residents believe that mortgage repayments are more expensive than monthly renting costs, a myth which it is keen to break.

Key benefits of owning an apartment in Milton Keynes with Barratt & David Wilson Homes

Key benefits of owning an apartment in Milton Keynes with Barratt & David Wilson Homes

Apartment living is becoming a popular choice for a range of different property seekers in Milton Keynes, from first time buyers taking the first step onto the property ladder to those looking to downsize to a more manageable home. 

Barratt and David Wilson Homes Northampton has recognised the growing need for apartments at its Fairfields development. It is currently expertly crafting a range of two bedroom apartments at the Caledonia Road development that are expected to be in demand with a range of buyers.

Alison Raine, Sales Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Northampton, said: “There are many advantages to apartment living and we are seeing a rise in the number of downsizers who are benefitting from these. 

Put the spare room to good use with the Holden at Radstone fields

David Wilson Homes

Leading homebuilder David Wilson Homes is offering homeowners in Northamptonshire some fresh inspiration on putting their spare room to good use in the Holden style home at Radstone Fields in Brackley.

Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands said:

“For those who don’t require the extra bedroom in their new home, they have the freedom to use the room however they wish and transform it to their own liking and our Holden property is no exception. Social media has been abound with hot tips on home organisation so we’ve gathered together some of the best examples from our buyers of innovative ways to use a spare bedroom.”

Homebuilder hosts dinner with a difference in Warwickshire

DWH raises awareness for Guide Dogs

A homebuilder has hosted a dinner in the dark at its development in Long Itchington to raise awareness of the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.

David Wilson Homes invited the Chairman of Stratford-on-Avon District Council, Cllr Christopher Kettle to join local guide dog user George Upfield with his dog Yoko and Chris Roberts, a Guide Dog trainer alongside directors of the company to a ‘dinner in the dark’ at Spinney Fields, located on Stockton Road.

Historic Gloucestershire discoveries set to be donated to museum

Gloucestershire Museum

Historians will be able to build up a better picture of life at a Gloucestershire village thanks to a donation of artefacts from David Wilson Homes to Gloucestershire Museums.

The housebuilder commissioned a specialist team to undertake an archaeology project at the site of its Whittington Park development in Longford, near Gloucester, before work started to build new homes.

And, with the project fully complete and artefacts assessed by experts, the items have been passed on to the local museum service for preservation.

Housebuilder gives buyers the chance to buy off-plan in Wiltshire

Housebuilder gives buyers the chance to buy off-plan in Wiltshire

People seeking a new home in Wiltshire can reap the benefits of buying off-plan, according to local housebuilder David Wilson Homes.

The five-star housebuilder is creating new homes at its Mill Brook development in Westbury, and is currently selling them off-plan - with three and four bedroom homes among early availability. 

“We know more and more buyers are choosing bricks and mortar as a sound financial investment,” said sales director Louise Ware. 

“There has never been a better time to buy off-plan. Even by the time they move in, those reserving early in the build process will find the value of their home may have increased - saving them money and ensuring their investment is working for them very early on.”

Get Yourself 'Mortgage Fit' With David Wilson Homes

Get Yourself 'Mortgage Fit' With David Wilson Homes

Warwickshire housebuilder David Wilson Homes is offering advice on how house hunters can get themselves ‘mortgage fit’ in preparation for purchasing a new home.

The five star housebuilder currently has a selection of properties ideal for first time buyers at its Heathcote development Poets Meadow and Nuneaton development The Long Shoot, and is reminding those looking to get onto the property ladder what’s involved in getting a mortgage.

Bev Hall, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes East Midlands, said: “We know that taking that first step onto the property ladder can seem daunting and you may not know where to start. 

Housebuilders show support for local community with Yate Relay for Life sponsorship

Andrea Pilgrim developer at Ladden Garden Village

Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes are gearing up for their new Ladden Garden Village developments in Yate, by backing an important community fundraising event.

The five star housebuilders are sponsoring the forthcoming Yate Relay for Life, which takes place on 7 and 8 July - and the £1,000 donation will support this local fundraising event for Cancer Research UK.

“We know how important Yate Relay for Life is, in terms of raising money for this vital charity, and we want to show our support for those taking part,” said Barratt Homes sales director, Andrea Pilgrim.

Make your Cornell house a home with leading developer David Wilson Homes

David Wilson Homes makes houses homes

Making your house a home is truly one of the most exciting things about moving to a new build property and it’s important to put your stamp on your home even if this can often be hard to get right at first.

Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes South Midlands is helping new homeowners in Northamptonshire settle into their new homes with a guide on how to make it their own.

So whether it’s a minimalistic and modern look you’re hoping to achieve, or you’re thinking of covering your walls with pictures of your smiling children, this guide has everything you need to know.

Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: