Hopkins Homes East Anglia’s largest independent housebuilder won two awards achieving bronze for Best Development St. Giles View, Risby, Suffolk and Bronze for Best Medium Housebuilder at this years What House? Awards in London.
Tibby's Triangle,Southwold, Suffolk.
Lee Jacob’s, site manager at Hopkins Homes’ development Blyth Place in Reydon has won ‘Eastern Regional Award for Medium sized Builder’ in this years coveted NHBC (National House Building Council) Pride in Job’ awards 2008. This is a fantastic achievement
St. Michael's Place, Aylsham, Norfolk.
Miller's Tye, Soham, Cambridgeshire.
Lawford Place is a magnificent refurbished mansion consisting of just 6 apartments overlooking the river Stour and its meadows.
A recent survey reveals that 59% of UK workers spend less than 40 minutes commuting to work*. Karl Hewson has now joined their ranks and halved his commute to work as he has recently bought a three bedroom townhouse at St Augustines.
An exciting new development on Cathedral Street, Norwich, located at the very heart of the city's thriving arts and social scene.
A total of ten Suffolk community groups and projects have been given a financial boost this year from the Suffolk Foundation, following a donation by Hopkins Homes, East Anglia’s premier house builder.
Autumn/Winter 2008’s new interior design trends will be on show at Hopkins Homes’ brand new show home at Fairfield Park, in Costessey, Norfolk.