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Another “Wynne” for Property House Marketing!

Melanie and Stuart Wynne’s story featured in yesterday’s Metro, having bought at Dee Park in Reading – a development by one of clients, Prime Place. With a readership of around 2 million, we’re always so pleased to see our clients in the property section, and this week’s did not disappoint!

In the piece, “The Next Step”, journalist Andrea Dean described how Melanie and Stuart Wynne used a forerunner of Help to Buy, called First Buy, to buy a two-bedroom house at Dee Park in Reading. They loved living here so much that when baby Mia arrived they knew they needed to upsize but wanted to stay in Dee Park. By using Help to Buy again, they were able to afford a spacious three-bedroom townhouse for £320,000 at the same development.

It’s great that the Wynnes loved Dee Park so much that they wanted to stay – its testament to the homes’ quality and the development’s lovely community feel. “The new homes at Dee Park are modern, finished to a high quality and the layouts are well thought out” explains Stuart. In fact, he was so confident buying in Dee Park again that he was even happy to buy off-plan.

Dee Park, based in Reading, is just 26 minutes from London by train. The development includes a host of community amenities, sports and play areas, and retail facilities such as a convenience store.

For more information visit the website here, or call Prime Place on 0118 942 0292.

PHM once again scores a hat trick of coverage in Metro

Willmott Dixon’s private residential arm enjoys prime place on the first page of the property section today with the news that its plans for 648 one to three-bedroom apartments and a new football stadium for Brentford FC, have been approved.

This new development – which will be home to the team known locally as the Bees – is already creating quite a buzz in the area with the proposed mix of apartments to rent or buy set to offer “high quality hotel-style living” and “substantial improvements to the public realm”.

Cross to the other side of London and Affinity Sutton is getting loads of press coverage for its shared ownership homes in Lewisham including a mention of Tanners Hill and Spectrum in Metro’s ‘Launch Pad’ column.

Last but by no means least Berkeley Homes (West London)’s Queenshurst development was mentioned in a feature headlined “Developments step on the gas”, which explored the trend of housebuilders converting former gasholders. The scheme, in Kingston-upon-Thames will feature a new garden square, linear park, and 315 sustainable apartments, ranging from compact studios to three-bedroom properties.

Prime Place gets the green light to deliver a new football stadium and 648 new homes in Brentford

Prime Place, the private residential arm of Willmott Dixon, and its development partner Brentford Football Club have secured detailed planning consent from Hounslow Borough Council to deliver a new 20,000 capacity football stadium, together with 648 new homes, in Brentford.

Branded Prime Place, Kew Bridge, the homes will be in a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments and will offer high quality hotel-style living with facilities including a concierge service, private lounge/library and dining room, cinema, gym, and private landscaped gardens.

Substantial improvements to the public realm will include extensive landscaping and greenery across the site, new pedestrian and cycle routes – including dedicated and widened routes along Lionel Road South – retail outlets and on-site car and cycle parking.

Prime Place, Kew Bridge is the latest addition to Prime Place’s growing portfolio which includes a regeneration project to provide more than 1,100 homes at Aberfeldy Village in Poplar E14; the conversion of the former Tubbs Hill House in Sevenoaks; a partnership with Cheshunt School in Hertfordshire to deliver 88 new homes; 135 apartments and family houses in Godalming town centre, and a joint venture with Westminster City Council to deliver a state of the art new leisure centre, sports facility and 156 new homes.