Lim and Doug Vleeshhouwer, both 43 from Petts Wood, Orphington, have found that three-storey living has made a significant difference to their family after finding their dream home at David Wilson Homes’ Elm Tree Park development in Beverley.
As part of its commitment to building communities, local housebuilder Barratt Homes has joined forces with Leeds City Council to offer free leisure passes to local residents. Barratt is calling on local families to take advantage of the free swim and gym passes on offer at its Cedar Ridge development.
Ben Tidmarsh, Senior Engineer for Barratt Homes Yorkshire West from Leeds, has undertaken a series of gruelling challenges to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity which supported Ben and his family when his son was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Exciting plans for former Council care home site in Wyke and £7.5m investment into the local economy
The site of Shirley Manor and Beechwood on Huddersfield Road has been sold by Bradford Council using its Estate Management Section in the Department of Regeneration. The new David Wilson development, which will be named Bluebell Wood, will boast 50 stylish homes, ranging from three-bedroom semi-detached, up to four-bedroom detached, from 1000 sq ft to […]
Barratt Homes invests in the next generation with pioneering savings account scheme for National Families Week
To coincide with National Families Week, Barratt Homes has announced the launch of a pioneering new savings scheme in Wakefield at its Silkwood Gate and Greenacres developments. As a means of supporting close-knit family communities in the area, the new scheme will see Barratt Homes open a savings account in the name of every new […]
Barratt Developments in West Yorkshire, has donated a massive £25,000 over the past five years to Yorkshire’s largest hospice, St Gemma’s.