New Build Homes

69% Of Buyers Can't Resist The Draw Of No DIY & A Blank Canvas

New build homes - buyers cannot resist draw of no DIY
Three quarters of home seekers would consider a new build home in a new survey for the Home Builders Federation shows. 

The energy efficiency of new homes, not having to carry out DIY or spend thousands on renovations were cited as the most attractive features for buyers alongside the opportunity to unleash their inner interior designer onto untouched, neutral interiors.

This year, New Homes Week which is supported by Barratt Homes North Thames takes place from May 13th to May 17th and is dedicated to the numerous benefits of buying new and provides valuable information to those weighing up their home buying options. 

Embrace Life in Style at Award-Winning Woodside Square

Woodside Square

Large Housebuilder of the Year, Hill, presents the award-winning Woodside Square, designated Best Design for Three Storeys or Less at the prestigious Housebuilder Awards. This period-inspired development in the heart of Zone 3, produced in partnership with Hanover housing association, marries traditional designs with contemporary amenities. Located in the North London suburb of Muswell Hill, the collection is set across six acres bordering the natural beauty of Highgate Wood and encompasses 159 one- to five-bedroom homes in both new and heritage buildings – an unrivalled opportunity. 

Deanfield Homes achieves planning in Shipton under Wychwood 

Deanfield Homes logo

Deanfield Homes has been granted planning permission for its latest development in the Oxfordshire village of Shipton under Wychwood, in the heart of the Cotswolds. The site, Deanfield Grange, will feature 44 new homes built in a traditional style with a high specification.

Peter Blades, Managing Director of Deanfield Homes comments, “We are delighted to be bringing another development to Oxfordshire, on the back of the success at Deanfield Meadow in Ducklington and our new development, Deanfield Grove in Tackley. 

Take your first look around desirable Dewside as wraps come off show homes

Dewside show home

Developer Lovell unveils two eagerly-awaited show homes at King’s Lynn’s new Dewside development from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, 22 September.

As well as the stylish, family-friendly three-bedroom Ouse and four-bedroom Glaven show properties, the company will open its attractive two-bed Nar view home, perfect for first-time purchasers and downsizers. A range of homes will be available to reserve on the day, starting from £177,500 for the two-bedroom Nar house style.

Ideal for a growing family, the Ouse’s ground floor features an open-plan dining room / kitchen with French doors to the garden; a super-spacious living room; hall, storage and cloakroom. Upstairs is the master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and the family bathroom. 

Bovis Homes - Delivering quality over the decades

Bovis Homes - Delivering quality over the decades

Much has changed in the world since Pat Haggerty worked in the payroll department at Bovis Homes more than 40 years ago.

What hasn’t changed is the home builder’s commitment to building quality new homes and stunning communities across the south east, and Pat knew just what she was getting when she recently moved into a new Bovis Home in West Sussex.

The spacious four-bedroom detached home at Bovis Homes' Hampton Park location in Littlehampton is ideal for Pat, her daughter Dawn and granddaughter Teri-Rose.

Gen Z In The Market For New Build Homes

Gen Z In The Market For New Build Homes

Generation Z is putting homes above holidays with two thirds of renters under 24 already saving to secure their first home, according to a recent survey* by home builder Countryside.

Last month, Countryside surveyed the nation’s house hunters and found 92% of 18 to 24 year-olds want to use Help to Buy ahead of the 2021 deadline, with 66% already saving for a home deposit.

When asked who they intended on buying a property with, one third of Generation Z savers revealed that they hoped to one day secure a mortgage as a single buyer.