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National housebuilder Redrow Homes is hosting events at a number of its developments in Leicestershire and Worcestershire this weekend (6th and 7th April 2013) where house-hunters can find out more about the company's Mastermove assistance scheme.
Specialist developer Aspen Retirement is inviting senior homeowners who are considering the benefits of moving to a dedicated new-build retirement development to a special event on Friday 1st February at Eastbank Court in Worcester. The event explains the benefits of part exchanging your current home with a brand new apartment at the scheme.
With the choice to settle down anywhere they fancied after living abroad for years, John and Gwen Gillies made a shortlist of UK destinations that might work for them based on their love of adventure. Picking just one place to move to was a challenge, however Taylor Wimpey's Diglis Water in Worcestershire stood out.
"When we decided to come home to the UK, we had the luxury of being able to live wherever we wanted," says John (58), who owns a behavioural safety company. "But the sheer wealth of possible locations gave us a number of problems.
Housebuilder St Modwen has been awarded the green light to develop 170 new homes on a mostly vacant industrial estate situated next to the Worcester & Birmingham Canal.
Worcester City Council has approved plans for the new homes as part of the wider redevelopment of Gregory's Bank industrial estate in Worcester.
Worcestershire is a popular destination for families looking to purchase a new home. With a range of new homes for sale across many developments, buyers will be spoilt for choice. Worcester offers excellent transport links, a thriving city centre and a range of market towns dotted around its perimeter.
With its handy West Midlands location, Worcestershire offers easy access across most of the UK and plenty to see on it's own doorstep. In the county itself there is a blend of busy cities such as Birmingham and Worcester alongside attractive rural landscapes such as the Malvern Hills, the Wyre Forest, the Vale of Evesham and the pretty Cotswolds.
Property developer Seddon has been appointed by Worcester-based Sanctuary Housing to build up to 700 new affordable homes across the Midlands and North West of England as part of a £60m contract.
The firm will construct new homes in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Telford and Wrekin, Herefordshire, north Shropshire, Worcester and Cherwell by 2016.
Worcestershire's West Midlands location provides quick access to Birmingham and excellent links with most other parts of England and Wales. For families planning to find a property there, housebuilders currently have a fantastic choice of new family homes in Kidderminster, Worcester and other key towns.
With its new homes in Worcestershire achieving a B rating for energy efficiency (the second highest rating in the A to G scale), Redrow Homes is sure that house hunters securing a new-build property at one of its developments in the county could end up saving money on fuel bills despite the recent inflation-busting hikes in energy prices.