A brand new collection of family homes has been officially launched in Wednesbury as Walsall Council joined homebuilder Countryside to unveil Wards Keep, a mixed-tenure development of two, three and four bedroom houses, as well as one bedroom self-contained apartments. Read more here.
Westerman Homes, who are currently building at Field Farm in Stapleford and Larwood Park in Kirkby in Ashfield recently sent 5 members of staff on the Hope Challenge. Team Westerman consisted of Nigel Glenister, Julie Whitehouse, David Stothert, Adrian Biddulph and Ben Golding.
Habitat for Humanity organises the Hope Challenge, aimed at the construction industry and associated companies to raise money to enable them to provide affordable homes around the world. Read more here.
Our FREE Help to Buy guide is a vital resource for anyone who is thinking about buying a new property and includes lots of useful information about the different Help to Buy schemes including the Equity Loan and Shared Ownership.
Find out more here.
Westerman Homes provide great customer service – it’s official. The Nottinghamshire house builder has recently been awarded a 5 star rating by the Home Builders Federation.
They are also registered for the Help to Buy scheme and selling new homes in Nottinghamshire; read more here.
It’s been a year-and-a-half of firsts for Chris and Jessica Bossons. Not only did the couple get married and buy their first home together, they also discovered that Jessica was expecting their first child.
Find out here how they made their move onto the property ladder with Help to Buy.