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New affordable homes in London
Developer Amwaj Property has been given the go-ahead by Westminster's planning committee to construct a selection of affordable homes as part of a 150-unit scheme, part of the North Wharf Gardens development in Paddington. Building work will get underway later this year, with a view to competing the scheme in 2015. All new homes in the development have been designed to meet Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4.
It has been confirmed that Wilmot Dixon's development division Willmott Dixon Regen has exchanged contracts on a deal to build 137 new homes in Godalming.
It estimated that the development, which will feature 102 apartments and 35 houses close to the town centre, has a gross development value of almost £50m.
Andrew Telfer, chief executive officer at Willmott Dixon Regen, said: "This is a real statement of intent that Willmott Dixon intends to develop homes on a significant scale.
If you're looking for a home in a central location in one of Surrey's most popular commuter towns, then an apartment at Country & Metropolitan Homes' The Old Court House development in Epsom could be the solution. And the great news for prospective buyers is that the Help to Buy scheme brings the deposit requirement down to just £13,998.
New affordable homes in Surrey
A planning application to develop 30 new homes, including 15 affordable homes, on a former sheltered housing site in Horley, has been submitted by Redhill-based housing association Raven Housing Trust. If approved, the development will feature 21 houses, seven flats and two bungalows.
With only six five-bedroom homes on the development, Regency Place was always certain to appeal to discerning buyers looking for a combination of space, style and location. Priced from £1.45million, these individually designed homes from Millgate Homes tick all those boxes but the award-winning housebuilder believes its combination of British design with elements of New England style will elevate these homes above the competition.
Even in austere times, Millgate is celebrating one of Britain's most opulent eras at its latest luxury homes development in sought-after Walton-on-the Hill, Surrey. The period was marked by drama and many diverse influences in art, literature and architecture and it is in the spirit of such great names as John Nash that the developer conceived Regency Place, it's recently released boutique scheme of just six five-bedroom detached homes.
A shared ownership purchase was the ideal option for young couple Ben Porter and Dorothy Langley, who had been renting together for two years and dreamed of a property of their own in Cranleigh, Ben's home town and just a few miles from Guildford, where Dorothy comes from.
Surrey-based Waterfords New Homes has seen a sharp rise in the number of people looking to buy a new home in Surrey and Hampshire, with the company reporting a 37% year-on-year increase in new homes sales.
Luxury property developer Millgate Homes has opened its latest development at an exclusive address in sought-after Walton-on-the Hill in Surrey. The company opened the doors to Regency Place last weekend, giving homebuyers a first glimpse of the details for the gated scheme.