© 2012 Globespan Media Ltd, 3rd Floor, 8 Baltic Street East, London EC1Y 0UP
Privacy and Cookies
Residential property developer Larkfleet Homes is providing a special Father's Day treat for visitors to its sales offices on Sunday 16 June.
To celebrate Father's Day, visitors who bring their fathers to Larkfleet sales offices in Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire or Rutland can enjoy a very different house hunting experience as cakes and a glass of wine or tea or coffee will be available for them to enjoy whilst learning about the development.
House-hunters searching for their perfect new home in the Cambridge area now have more choices to consider as Bovis Homes has unveiled the first release of properties at its Paragon development in the new village scheme at Great Kneighton, near Trumpington.
There's a great opportunity for homebuyers to find out more about the new government-backed Help to Buy scheme this weekend as David Wilson Homes hosts some special events at developments in Buckinghamshire and Cambridgeshire.
For a limited period, Redrow Homes is offering commuting buyers at its Priory Gardens development in St Neots, Cambridgeshire a very special offer - a free rail season ticket worth up to £5,000. With a double-fronted ‘Harrogate' detached property priced from £334,950, purchasers can find their money going much further in the market town than in the capital, just 45 minutes away by rail.
The launch of the Veritas development in Cambridge went off with a bang this week. Weston Homes' chief executive Bob Weston was there to welcome guests to his company's latest development in the popular University town and his team put on quite a show with fireworks to entertain guests. Unfortunately the planned guest appearance of Team GB rower Alex Patridge, who bagged a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games, was not to be, however he is attending the Lyon Court development launch in Hitchin tonight.
In today's tough housing market, it is often the array of incentive schemes offered by housebuilders on brand new properties that can make the difference between dreaming of moving home and actually being able to do so. Taylor Wimpey is active all over Britain and its range of deals to help would-be homebuyers is greater than most.
Cambridge is currently one of the busiest centres for property development in the east of England, with a host of regeneration projects in the city itself and numerous large developments in the surrounding area in places such as Cambourne and Trumpington. Berkeley Homes is adding its contribution in the form of its Cambridge Riverside development of apartments and penthouses.
The city of Cambridge is getting set for the construction of a brand new 92-home tower that will become the tallest residential development in its history. At nine-storeys high, some of the views from the apartments and penthouses of The Marque will extend across Cambridge, and the company behind the development believe it is set to become an iconic building.