What's happening at Bovis Homes

Here's a selection of our latest press releases

Image for Unique show home launches at exclusive new community

Cambridgeshire home seekers have the chance to see more of an exclusive new community as a brand-new show home opens its doors.

Bovis Homes has unveiled the four-bedroom Wolfson house type at its Paragon location in the village of Trumpington near Cambridge.

“We are delighted to give visitors the chance to take a look around our new show home,” says regional marketing manager, Heather Suffield. “It’s a beautiful property with a real touch of luxury. Like all our homes at Paragon, the house type is unique to the location and has been thoughtfully designed to include some ... more

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Image for Get your hard hats on! Special Botley event allows Hampshire home hunters to see more

Hampshire home hunters have the chance to take a closer look at the properties at Bovis Homes’ Boorley Park location, as the housebuilder hosts a special hard-hat event.

On Saturday 22th June, visitors to the new Botley development will have the chance to don a hard hat and have a tour of a selection of the homes that are being constructed, with the site manager as a guide.

“We are opening the doors of three of our homes currently under construction - a five-bedroom Winchester, five-bedroom Oxford and a four-bedroom Canterbury. Our site manager, James Berry, will be on hand to give interested buyers a tour of the homes and explain more about the building process,” says regional marketing manager, H... more

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Image for Former Royal Engineer’s pride as housebuilder sponsors Armed Forces Day

A former Royal Engineer – and now director at a national housebuilder – has spoken of his pride at his company’s support of an annual national celebration of the military taking place in Salisbury.

Roger Morton, performance director at Bovis Homes, spent more than 20 years in the British Army, and said his colleagues were delighted to be sponsoring the Armed Forces Day National Event.

Speaking from Bovis Homes’ Longhedge Village location in Salisbury, the Iraq veteran added that the housebuilder’s Gold sponsorship was a reflection of the company’s close ties to t... more

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Image for New arrival at Stanton Cross as happy couple celebrate birth of baby George

Stanton Cross is celebrating its first baby.

Scott and Sam Cooper welcomed son George, their first child, into the world after moving into Bovis Homes’ Wendelburie Rise location at the Wellingborough development.

The happy couple were among the first to buy a home at this brand-new part o... more

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Image for Active Ipswich family relish lifestyle after smooth move into new-build home

An Ipswich family, who used a market-leading housebuilder purchase scheme, are delighted with the active lifestyle they are now pursuing after moving into their new-build home.

Bryce and Sue Kelly, their son James, his girlfriend Valerie and the family Cockapoo Bertie are all enjoying their new five-bedroom house at Bovis Homes’ Ribbans Park location, on Foxhall Road.

The family, who love being close to the town centre and nearby countryside, used Bovis Homes’ Smooth Move package, which helped speed up the marketing and selling of their old home and saw Bovis Homes foot the bill for their esta... more

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Image for Buyers flock to county for housebuilder’s new homes–as one more location launches!

Home buyers have a wide range of properties to choose from at a national housebuilder’s locations across East and West Sussex – with one more launching soon.

First-time buyers, young couples, families and downsizers are all taking up the new-build opportunity and purchasing two to six-bedroom Bovis Homes throughout the county.

The housebuilder’s locations include Saxons Plain in West Durrington, Bramble Park in Hurstpierpoint, Rosemead Place in Horam, which has just launched, and Burfield Grange in Hailsham. Potters Field, in Ringmer, and The Gateway in Bexhill a... more

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Image for Housebuilder’s sales advisor Tony says Fremington beats Australia

An ambitious sales advisor from Australia who now works at a national housebuilder in Fremington says he loves the Devon lifestyle.

Tony Longbottom, based at Bovis Homes’ Water’s Edge location in Fremington, said the Tarka Trail, coastline and the village’s character, history and parks, were drawing home buyers to the area.

Tony has worked in housebuilding for 11 years and moved to nearby Tiverton 5 years ago. Water's Edge, popular with first-time buyers, families and retirees, overlooks the River Taw and boasts great views over the surround... more

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Image for House hunters can benefit at special view home launch weekend

Oxfordshire home hunters have the opportunity to see more of Bovis Homes’ Chiltern View location in Chinnor, as the housebuilder opens a new view home there this weekend.

Opening the doors to the three-bedroom Epsom on Saturday 15th June, the housebuilder will be offering a special purchasing package during the launch weekend, saving buyers thousands.

“If you’re looking for a new home, it’s worth visiting us to take a look around Chiltern View and finding out more about these properties,” says Hollie Lockhart, regional marketing manager. “For those who reserve an Epsom over the opening weekend, we’ll pay the stamp duty and include floor... more

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Image for Radford Semele Scouts to visit scouting’s birthplace after housebuilder donation

Scouts in Radford Semele will visit the birthplace of modern scouting thanks to a donation from a housebuilder in Leamington.

Bovis Homes has contributed £100 to 1st Radford Semele Scouts for their week-long visit to Dorset, which includes a ferry trip to Brownsea Island and scout founder Robert Baden-Powell’s first camp in Poole Harbour.

The housebuilder, which has a location in the village called Semele Park, on Southam Road, has donated money to help the scout group’s ferry crossing ... more

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Image for Sherford pioneers, Pat and Jim, settle into community life

Retired couple, Pat and Jim Skinner, lived in their previous home for 26 years and only knew their next-door neighbour. All this changed on their arrival at Sherford, where they soon got to know numerous neighbours and helped to form the new community.

Two of Sherford’s ‘pioneers’, Pat and Jim moved into a Bovis Home in the town in 2017, shortly after the first properties were built. Having previously lived a mile away in Plymstock, it was a period of ill health that served as a prompt for the Skinners to consider a home that offered them more flexibility, within a close-knit community.

“We have loved getting to know people; people of different generations that we might not have socialised with in other circumstances! Everybody has been so welcoming,” says Pat. “When it snowed, we had neighbours knocking on the door to see if we needed anything and someone fetched us a loaf of bread! For us, being part of this community has been the be... more

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