Whilst recent reports suggest uncertain times ahead nationally in the house building market, Wiltshire house-builder Hills Homes is experiencing high demand and near record sales for its new homes.
Hills Homes group director, Nick King, said: “In April we achieved homes sales totalling £2.75 million and the total number of homes sold annually by Hills for 2014/15 was at the highest level since 2007. Advance reservations suggest that sales for this financial year 2015/16 are going to be close to pre-recession levels.”
“We take pride and care in designing our housing developments using quality materials to create highly desirable homes. We are pleased that homebuyers recognise this and that we are experiencing this level of interest and demand. It is fair to say that the government’s Help to Buy scheme for property values under £600,000 has helped stimulate demand, along with the changes to Stamp Duty which came into force on 4th December 2014.”
Hills Homes has received recognition for its work through both the national LABC Excellence Awards and Campaign to Protect Rural England CPRE) Awards.
Current developments include new build homes in South Marston and Purton near Swindon; Station Road, Calne where construction has moved into the final Phase 3; and Burghclere in Hampshire. More details can be obtained from www.hills-homes.co.uk