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Stewart Milne Homes is playing host to house-hunters in Greater Manchester and Lancashire this weekend at its ‘Trading Places' events at two new homes developments. On Saturday 9th February, Mill Green in Strines and Farrington Park in Buckshaw Village are inviting homebuyers to take a look around and to talk about the Trading Places part exchange deal that can help them to move from their existing home quickly and conveniently.
With homes on three previous phases still available, Redrow Homes is now on the verge of releasing its final new selection of homes at Buckshaw Village, near Chorley in Lancashire. The Orchard will comprise 74 properties from the housebuilder's acclaimed New Heritage Collection of home types and bring Redrow's contribution to this new urban village to some 900 homes.
This weekend, 11th and 12th August 2012, is a very busy one for the staff of Redrow Homes (Lancashire) as some of the company's developments in the northwest of England host special events for homebuyers. So if you're hoping to find a property in Garston, Manchester or Chorley, it is worth clearing a space in your diary to go and check out what the housebuilder has to offer.
South Ribble’s planning committee is expected to give Bloor Homes the green light to build 80 new homes on part of the former Royal Ordinance site at Buckshaw Village when it votes on the scheme at a meeting in the Civic Centre in Leyland at 6pm today after the project was recommended for approval.
The birthplace of household names such as Weakest Link presenter Anne Robinson, astrologer Mystic Meg, cricketer Andrew Flintoff and Red or Dead designer Wayne Hemmingway, Lancashire, the county that became famous worldwide for its role in the industrial revolution, has a wide range of new homes for sale to suit all budgets and tastes.