Monthly mortgage payments from £461.62** per month with no additional rent Shared equity* properties at Kingfisher Place, Leiston
Norfolk housing market is buoyant for developers and buyers
Bespoke Show Home and Marketing Suite now open at Colne Gardens, Brightlingsea CO7 0ST. Award-winning housebuilder, Hopkins Homes are delighted to welcome you to an exciting collection of exceptional new homes within the quintessential Essex coastal town of Brightlingsea.
Buy for just £442.40* per month with Help to Buy* at Priors' Grange, Saxmundham IP17 1ES Award-winning East Anglian housebuilder Hopkins Homes will be holding an Open Weekend event at Priors' Grange on Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th June to give purchasers a helping hand to buy their own brand new home with just a 5% deposit through the Government backed Help to Buy* scheme.
St Benedict's Place, Snape IP17 1QG Final Exclusive Properties Now Released. Hopkins & Moore are delighted to release the final exceptional new homes at St Benedict's Place, an exclusive development that is ideally situated within the idyllic village of Snape and perfectly placed for all that Suffolk has to offer.
The executive chairman of Hopkins Homes, James Hopkins, visited good causes throughout Suffolk last week ahead of the call for applications to the second round of grants to the Hopkins Homes Building Communities Fund.
Hopkins Homes have released the first homes to go on sale today at Alconbury Weald, currently the largest residential development under construction in Britain.
Town's new 'gateway' gets underway. The first new families in a 99-home housing development in a rural market town are expected to move in by the end of the year as work on the town's new 'gateway' gets underway.
The first images of homes for the flagship residential development at Alconbury Weald, north of Huntingdon, have been released today. The artist impressions depict the first 128 homes around the newly created entrance off Ermine Street, close by the main junctions to the A14 and A1. The homes lie among extensive landscaping including a Causeway bridge over water features, a lake and more than 18,000 trees. The homes are adjacent to the first primary school which is being run by the Diocese of Ely and is due to open in September.
The first new homes built in the redevelopment of RAF Alconbury are about to go on the market.