David Wilson Homes

Last Chance To Buy At Great Denham Park

Living room interior at Denham Park

With just a few properties remaining at David Wilson Homes’ coveted Great Denham Park development, homebuyers are being encouraged to act quickly as these homes are guaranteed to be snapped up fast. 

Situated on King Alfred Way in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside, the development currently has one, two, three and five bedroom homes available, starting at £189,995. Great Denham is coming to the end of its final phase of expansion – so this will be property-seekers last chance to secure their dream David Wilson home.

The range of homes on offer has helped the development blossom into a vibrant and friendly community perfect for first-time buyers and families.

There's More In Store For Your Family With The Moorecroft

The Moorecroft Housing

Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes North Thames has invited Bedfordshire buyers to view the final property available at its Langford development, The Paddocks.

The five bedroom Moorecroft is the final home available at the popular development and boasts a flowing living space set over three storeys.

The developer is now encouraging house hunters to come and view the property at The Paddocks, where they will be able to find out more about how they can make a move with the offers and schemes available. 

The Moorecroft is also a unique opportunity for buyers to benefit from over £40,000 worth of incentives, including Stamp Duty paid, flooring included throughout, and an upgraded kitchen with integrated appliances. 

Bat boxes and bee hotels for North Yate development

David Wilson Homes North Yate Development

Local housebuilder David Wilson Homes has pledged to make its new development in North Yate its most wildlife-friendly yet. 

The company has unveiled a wide range of initiatives at its Ladden Garden Village development, which will help to boost everything from birds and bats to hedgehogs and insects.

David Wilson Homes has protected existing natural hedgerows surrounding our developments - in turn preserving natural living environments for animals and insects.

The development’s show complexes feature bird and bat boxes to provide essential nesting areas. Fences have been left open to the hedgerow - allowing wildlife like hedgehogs, frogs, toads and newts to move easily through and around the garden.

Part Exchange Makes Moving Easy At Willow Grove

Willow Grove Living Room

Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes is offering Bedfordshire homebuyers the chance to use its Part Exchange scheme at its development, Willow Grove in Wixams, cutting out the hassle of using estate agents. 

Happy buyers, Vivienne and Paul Murphy took advantage of the Part Exchange scheme, that removes the stress of selling your property, when they moved to Willow Grove earlier this year.

Vivienne said: “We chose to buy our new home with David Wilson Homes because of the quality of their properties and how beautiful they are.

“The sales team at Willow Grove looked after us so well and provided us with photos of our house build progress every week.

The Buckingham Style Home Proves Perfect For Families

Master bedroom in Buckingham style home

Leading developer David Wilson Homes South Midlands is giving Bedfordshire homebuyers its top five reasons on why they should consider a Buckingham style home.

The five bedroom home is one of the most popular and there is currently only two of its type left available to reserve at Kingsley Manor in Langford.

Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “The Buckingham is a beautiful family home expertly crafted with the latest interior trends.

“The surroundings of this development are also something that homebuyers can take advantage of, offering countryside views and scenic family walks.

To Bee Or Not To Bee: Developer Offers Top Tips For Nature

Bee friendly plants at David Wilson Homes

Leading homebuilder David Wilson Homes North West is offering homeowners in Lancashire its top tips for making their garden bee friendly this summer. 

The developer is encouraging people to make their garden a haven for our fuzzy friends, by planting flowers to attract them and making small changes to their garden to give bees somewhere to shelter.

There are over 250 bee species in the UK, and most face threats such as loss of habitat, climate change and disease. They are vital to the food chain, with one in every three mouthfuls of food consumed by humans dependent on pollination, including apples, pears, onions, potatoes, cherries, chilies, carrots, margarine and herbs.

Willow Grove Turns One

Willow Grove staff celebrating turning one

Leading developers Barratt and David Wilson Homes celebrated its Wixams development’s first birthday last Saturday (25th May) with a family event for its residents. 

Located on Southern Cross, Willow Grove is a popular development that has become a property hotspot with Bedfordshire buyers since opening one year ago. 

In honour of the occasion, Barratt and David Wilson Homes hosted a Family Fun Day last Saturday at the development, where attendees could benefit from a variety of sweet summer treats that were available.  

Lucky residents were treated to an ice cream van where they could take advantage of an abundance of flavours and scoops, including extraordinary rainbow cones. 

How Bedfordshire Buyers Can Make The Most Of Their Move

Street scene in Bedfordshire

Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames is helping buyers make a move this May with a fantastic offer across its Bedfordshire developments.

The five star housebuilders are providing those that reserve a selected home at one of its developments in May with a £500 subsidy per month which they could choose to put towards their mortgage costs for one year.

Receiving this subsidy promises buyers a helping hand during the moving process, as they can make a healthy saving each month that can then be used towards other aspects of their home, including furniture and décor. 

Is It Important To Live Near Public Transport?

Barratt Homes near Public Transport

A total of 69% residents in Bedfordshire say that living near public transport is an important consideration when moving home, a survey by leading developer Barratt and David Wilson Homes has revealed. 

Seeking convenience and great commuter links is a top priority for a number of homebuyers in the county and the survey has proven transport links, especially public methods of travel such as rail and bus services are at the top of the list. 

Barratt and David Wilson Homes strives to build properties in carefully planned locations that consider each of the residents that will move into the homes.

Leading Developer Invests In North Thames

Simon Francis - managing director or leading developer Barratt Homes in North Thames

Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames, based in Watford, has built 668 new homes in its operational area last year and has contributed over £86 million to the UK’s economic output.

The achievements are highlighted in a new report which measures the housebuilder’s social and economic contribution to its operational region over the past financial year (1st July 2017 – 30th June 2018). 

The five star housebuilder covers Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Essex.

Included within the company’s socio-economic footprint are key figures relating to the company’s support for the housebuilding supply chain, local communities, environment, public services and employment. The figures revealed the housebuilder: 

Help to Buy prompts rise in demand for new homes at Park Farm in Thornbury

Help to Buy home at Park Farm in Thornbury

Owning the perfect new home in-and-around the market town of Thornbury is now easier than ever. The David Wilson Homes development features an impressive range of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes - suitable for a wide range of lifestyles and requirements. And the development is now even more accessible, not only for first time buyers but also for those moving further up the ladder, thanks to Help to Buy.

“The scheme is available on all new-build homes up to £600,000 at Park Farm,” said sales director Louise Ware. “Buyers can become owners with just a five percent deposit of the property value of their new home. Many lenders are able to offer a loan-to-value mortgage because the UK Government provides a guarantee of up to 15 per cent.

New Bedfordshire Homebuyers Can Get Their Foot In The Door With Handy Offers

Street scene in Bedfordshire

A leading developer is making the move to a new home much simpler for house hunters this April, at its stunning developments across Bedfordshire.

David Wilson Homes is providing buyers with an abundance of fantastic offers when they reserve a property at its Clipstone Park development in Leighton Buzzard before 28th April. 

Home seekers considering making the move to one of the developments may be eligible to receive a £5,000 John Lewis & Partners gift card from the housebuilder.

The offer is perfect for those looking to buy a property for the first time, as it means there is less to save up for in the moving process, with the gift card enabling buyers to splash out on a new sofa, a dining room table or even a television. 

Children Enjoy An Eggs-tra Special Easter At Fairfields

Children with easter eggs at Fairfields

Pupils at Fairfields Primary School in Milton Keynes enjoyed an eggs-tra special Easter after taking part in a seasonal egg hunt at David Wilson Homes’ Fairfields development.

Three classes of youngsters at the school were challenged to find 10 especially designed Easter eggs that spelt out the name of the new homes site, which had been hidden around the Vespasian Road show homes.  

After they had hunted all of the eggs in the beautifully furnished properties, they put them all together to spell Fairfields and celebrated their triumph in front of the development. 

Once the children had completed the challenge they were each given a chocolate Easter egg as their prize. 

Ready, Steady, Grow! Bring Spring To Your Garden!

Ready, Steady, Grow! Bring Spring To Your Garden! David Wilson Homes development Bishop's Hill in Warwickshire

With the end of the colder months in sight and spring fast approaching Homebuilder David Wilson Homes’ has collaborated with the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI), to provide a wealth of useful tips that are sure to help Warwickshire homeowners tidy up their garden in no time. 

During the winter it can be hard to feel motivated to tend to your garden, but spring is the perfect time to give your green spaces a little TLC in readiness for the warmer weather. 

Steve Barton, Senior Sales Manager at David Wilson Homes Mercia, said: “The idea of gardening can seem like a bit of a chore, especially if you’re a busy family short on time.

Opportunities Available For Bedfordshire Homebuyers

Master bedroom in Lidlington Court, Bedfordshire

Leading homebuilder David Wilson Homes’ development Lidlington Court has sold out after being popular with Bedfordshire homebuyers, due to a demand for high quality properties.

The development located on The Lane in the village of Lidlington, has been a hotspot with property seekers due to its family style houses and ideal location, with the benefits of both town and country living. 

Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson South Midlands, said: “This site was ideal for a range of different homebuyers and we have now come to the end of what was a popular development

“Families wanting a semi-rural area to enjoy scenic views whilst not missing out on any local amenities have found their ideal home at Lidlington Court, which offers the best of both worlds. 

Family Exchange Home And Upsize To Join New Wixams Community

Family Exchange Home And Upsize To Join New Wixams Community

A Bedfordshire family of four have found the ideal solution to upsizing and selling their existing property at Wixams newest development Willow Grove thanks to its bespoke Part Exchange scheme. 
Jemma and Ian Smith (both 36) moved into their new David Wilson home on the development recently with their daughters Sienna (four) and Poppy (two) and are already enjoying the growing community flourishing in the new homes.

They upsized from their three bedroom townhouse – also located in Wixams - after recognising that whilst they loved the area, they needed a bigger home for the whole family. 

New Wixams Community Becomes Desirable Place For Bedfordshire Families To Settle Down

Family in living room in Bedfordshire

During their keen search for a family home, a couple moving to Bedfordshire discovered their dream property and were able to secure a place at a thriving community in Wixams.

Upsizing to a four bedroom property at David Wilson Homes’ development Willow Grove, Sergio (42) and Jane (44) Fowles found the perfect place to call home with their children Max (10) and Lucie (7), along with their Cocker Spaniel Rosie.

The couple, a director of an electrical contractors company and an administrator in the airline industry, moved from Stevenage to settle down in Wixams and benefit from the great sense of community.

Sergio said: “The local area is the perfect fit for us and the community at Wixams was a big factor in our decision to purchase a new home at Willow Grove.

Family Ties At Northamptonshire Housebuilders Barratt & David Wilson Homes

Family Ties At Northamptonshire Housebuilders Barratt & David Wilson Homes

In celebration of Mother’s Day, local housebuilder David Wilson Homes South Midlands is celebrating the family ties being created in its close-knit establishment, with more than four employees having recommended the company to their family. 

A total of eight employees working for the Northamptonshire developer have relatives that they work alongside including mother and daughter duos: Amanda and Hannah Bridges (Sales Advisers), Carol Wilman and Georgie Lindsay (Sales Advisers), Catherine Duffy (Sales Adviser) and her daughter Abi Duffy who works for sister company Barratt Homes Northampton and sisters Amanda Jones (Sales Manager) and Victoria Barnaby (Senior Sales Adviser). 

Leading Developers' Bedtime Tips For Moving Home Reveals A Dreamy Routine Best For Rest

A bed made up for bedtime

To celebrate National Bed Month this month (March), Barratt and David Wilson Homes has collaborated with The Sleep Council and revealed a list of helpful tips to assist those moving home in Bedfordshire create a bedtime routine that suits them.

The month raises awareness on how important our beds are when it comes to a good night’s sleep, but many underestimate the importance of relaxing our bodies and minds as well as creating a calming atmosphere, which is especially important when moving to a new setting.

With the expertise from The Sleep Council’s advisers, the leading developers have unveiled its advice for how new homeowners can get their head ready for bed.

Incentives On New Homes Are Just What The Doctor Ordered For NHS Staff

New living room and kitchen with incentives added to it

Five star housebuilder David Wilson Homes East Midlands is offering NHS staff in Warwickshire exclusive incentives when purchasing a new home in the area. 

Acting as a helpful boost up or onto the property ladder, the offers could be ‘just what the doctor ordered’ and mean staff members could benefit from a discount on a property from £5,000 to £15,000.

The discounts are set to help a number of NHS staff in the area move into a dream two to five bedroom home. 

Get off to a great start when buying off plan with David Wilson Homes

Get off to a great start when buying off plan with David Wilson Homes

Bedfordshire homebuyers looking to purchase a new property should consider buying off plan, as leading developer David Wilson Homes has revealed the benefits of using this method for a range of buyers.

This means purchasing a property before it’s reached building completion, sometimes before construction has even started.

With many benefits including getting the pick of the plots by reserving early and the ability to personalise the property down to the finishing touches, buyers are more in control of their home.

Whether house hunters are purchasing their first home or are simply looking to upsize, the developer’s guide reveals how an off plan property can suit whatever vision buyers have for their dream home.

Family Discover More With Three Storey Living In The Moorecroft At Willow Grove

Family in their Willow Grove Home

A family of four in Bedfordshire have upsized to a three storey property at David Wilson Homes’ Willow Grove development to give their family room to grow. 

Paul and Sara Canavan (both in their 40s) have two teenage daughters Katie (15) and Chloe (12) who are beginning to appreciate their own space, and used the developer’s Part Exchange scheme to secure their new home on Southern Cross.

After living in Bedford for the last 18 years, the family knew they didn’t want to move far from the area they knew, but Wixams had the appeal of being close to good schooling and ideal road and rail links. 

Now they can all benefit from having large family areas where they can spend quality time together as well as solitary spaces where they can enjoy time to themselves. 

Get Off To A Great Start When Buying Off Playing With David Wilson Homes

Get Off To A Great Start When Buying Off Playing With David Wilson Homes

Bedfordshire homebuyers looking to purchase a new property should consider buying off plan, as leading developer David Wilson Homes has revealed the benefits of using this method for a range of buyers. 

This means purchasing a property before it’s reached building completion, sometimes before construction has even started.

With many benefits including getting the pick of the plots by reserving early and the ability to personalise the property down to the finishing touches, buyers are more in control of their home. 

Whether house hunters are purchasing their first home or are simply looking to upsize, the developer’s guide reveals how an off plan property can suit whatever vision buyers have for their dream home. 

Developer Reveals Benefits Of Using Help To Buy Ahead Of Its 2,000th Customer

Help To Buy Barratt Homes

As the leading developer gets ready to welcome its 2,000th Help to Buy customer, Barratt and David Wilson Homes Northampton has revealed the top benefits of using the initiative across its developments in Bedfordshire.

The government backed Help to Buy scheme, which launched in 2013, allows buyers to purchase a home with just a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage. The remaining 20% is funded by an equity loan, interest-free for the first five years and repayable on the sale on the home.

Alison Raine, Sales Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Northampton, said: “For property seekers in the area, it can be hard to know which moving scheme may suit them best and whether Help to Buy will offer them the best deals or not.  

Secure Your Dream Home In Lidlington Before It's Too Late

Lidlington Home

With just one property remaining at its Lidlington Court development in Lidlington, David Wilson Homes is providing a selection of unmissable offers for prospective buyers looking to progress on the property ladder.

The Holden style home is the final property available at The Lane and comes with Stamp Duty paid and a flooring package included worth over £7,000.

With the property ready to move into, purchasers can enjoy a comfortable moving experience and for those not opting for the Stamp Duty contribution, the Part Exchange scheme is available to ensure a swift transition into a new home.