Our Priors Lea location based on the outskirts Paulton, has proved extremely popular with local house buyers since it was launched in December 2012, and is set to generate even more interest with the launch of a new phase of homes to celebrate its third anniversary!
With nearly 100 homes now purchased and occupied, a real community feel has developed at Priors Lea. "One of the key reasons for the popularity of the location has been the atmosphere and position of the village," said South West Sales and Marketing Director Wayne Bennett. "It's a lovely rural community, yet just 10 miles from Bath and 15 from Bristol. This makes it ideal for people commuting to jobs in those cities and enables them to take advantage of the more competitive house prices available in Paulton".
"We've just released our third phase of new homes, offering a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties. These high quality homes boast an all-inclusive specification which includes a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, recessed down lighters, ceramic tiled floors to bathrooms and en suites, towel rails, showers and shower screens over baths, en suites and built in wardrobes to most master bedrooms plus a host of others all included in ... more
It's the start of the New Year and a great time to make that move into your dream home!
And if you're looking to move to the South West of England in 2016 - by either getting on or moving up the property ladder - don't miss out on our fantastic regional offer to help you move into your new... more
Shrewsbury house buyers are flocking to Bowbrook Meadows - a stunning new part of the community, which recently opened its doors to the public.
With more than 80% of the homes released already sold, the New Year is proving to be a busy time for sales advisors Kerry and Carole.
"Opening our show home last summer gave this new location a real focus and gave us the opportunity to exhibit the quality build and design you get with a Bovis Home," said Regional Marketing Manag... more
The newest part of the Newport community is already attracting plenty of interest in the Shropshire housing market, with residents now moving in and buyers quick to reserve homes off plan at Haversham Gardens.
And 2016 promises to be a key year for this lovely location as more homes are completed, more people move in, and the community spirit grows and grows!
House hunters are being invited along to see what all the fuss is about by visiting Bovis Homes' fantastic show home there and chatting to the sales team. They can visit the five bedroom Oxford house type and find out just how much more they could get for their money wi... more
Create a unique and personal Christmas tree this year by getting the children involved in making some homemade decorations. There are so many different ornaments that you can create and hang on the tree, from glitter baubles, edible treats to upcycled household items. What's more, these craft ideas are perfect if you are looking for something artistic to do or simply want to impress your guest... more
The Year 2 pupils at Wincanton Primary School got a close-up look at how their community is evolving when they visited Bovis Homes' new homes location 'The Chase' in the town recently.
And they gave the tour of the West Hill development a resounding thumbs-up after learning about the build process and how the new homes are then marketed and sold to local home buyers.
"The children were very impressed to hear about how the homes are built and the timescales involved," said teacher Sarah Sellick. "They are learning about the growth of Wincanton in lessons, but to visit a new and developing part of the community like this really brings the c... more
Accessibility was top of Stephanie and Nicky Banger's wish list when they began their search for a new family home - and a five-bedroom Bovis Home in North Baddesley ticked all the right boxes.
Their 11-year-old daughter, Sophia, has cerebral palsy, which means the family needed a home that was wheelchair-friendly and that could be fitted with a stair lift to help their growing daughter get upstairs to bed.
"We built our previous home from scratch, the year that Sophia was born," says Stephanie, who also has a 13-year-old son, Harvey. "Although we did everything we could to make it accessible, the way we'd built it meant that we just couldn't have the stair lift or through-floor lift we real... more
Christmas arrived early for a local school last week, as they teamed up with the consortium of house builders - made up of Bovis Homes, Linden Homes and Taylor Wimpey - and contractors YGS Landscapes, to plant Christmas trees in the heart of the new iconic town development of Sherford.
The consortium invited children from neighbouring Yealmpton Primary School to visit the site, where they got their hands dirty planting tree saplings donated by local landscaping firm, YGS. The children were also given an exciting tour of some of the impressive machinery currently working to construct this major new location.
The children planted a variety of different size saplings, which will take a few years to grow and are expected to then be fully grown Christmas trees that primary schools and families can enjoy when they become She... more
December has seen the start of a long-term, £250,000 commitment to improving manual skills, boosting the local construction industry and helping young people into employment, with the launch of the Sherford Skills Training Scheme.
Bovis Homes are part of the consortium of house builders behind the scheme, which has been put together following consultations with local authorities, key partners and training providers.
The Sherford Skills Training Scheme will provide training, experience and long-term employment opportunities during every phase of the major new Plymouth and South Hams community's construction, providing a lasting legacy fo... more