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Home to the popular seaside resort of Bournemouth and the historic county town of Dorchester, Dorset is a largely rural and pleasantly uncrowded county with a gorgeous coastline and a strong tourism industry. Plenty of people also dream of settling down in new homes in Dorset rather than just enjoying their holidays there - and developments are springing up across the county to meet this demand.
Situated in the West Midlands, Warwickshire has no cities of its own but its largest towns include Nuneaton, Rugby and Leamington Spa - while it's also easy to reach the cities of Birmingham, Leicester and Coventry in neighbouring counties. It's a popular area for those hoping to secure their first property.
Housebuilder Bloor Homes has launched a spacious three bedroom showhome at its Gateway development, located off Snowberry Lane in Melksham, Wiltshire, which it believes offers house buyers a good combination of space, location and highly competitive price.
Only four of the 20 properties at the development remain for sale, with prices at The Orchard starting from £199,950 for a three bedroom house.
Famous for its elegant Georgian architecture and boutique shops, yet also surrounded by beautiful countryside, the compact city of Bath is a great place to live and work. With two well-established universities and a large number of publishing and service-oriented businesses, many house hunters in the South West would like to settle down in or around Bath. The area currently offers a good choice of developments spanning a wide range of budgets.
Members of the public were invited last Friday (30 September) to view plans for the construction of new homes in Newbury, as part of a wider redevelopment scheme.
There are now just three new build homes remaining at Bloor Homes' Lake View development, part of the housebuilder's visionary Wixams community at Elstow, Bedfordshire.
New home developers and property investors will be shown around some of Nottingham's key sites next week showcasing the emerging city development and investment landscape.
Nottingham's new development chief David Bishop says the city will impress investors and housebuilders when they visit this month and consider investment opportunities.