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Local Cubs taught homebuilding and interior design at local development

Darnall Cub Scouts Group put on their toggles and headed down to David Wilson Homes’ nearby development, Charlotte Place in Winsford to learn about interior design and housebuilding.

15 children, aged between eight and ten, learnt about interior design and what goes into decorating a home as part of their DIY badge.

Sales Manager James Griffith and Marketing Executive Christopher Watts, gave the youngsters a tour of the show home and inspired the children to design their own wallpaper.

The cubs explored the development and discussed how the show home could inspire their future houses once they have grown up.

Survey reveals valid reasons for not investing in smart home device

Smart home devices

Paying out for expensive smart home devices is a big ‘no no’ for many, according to a recent survey carried out by David Wilson Homes.

The five star housebuilder, which is building new homes in the Bristol region, asked 2,000 people what would most put them off investing in the smart home devices, and almost half (40 per cent) said cost was a significant factor. 15 per cent were daunted by the idea of setting up, while 13 per cent said they just didn’t understand the devices.  Another 15 per cent were worried about the possibility of being hacked.

Pupils have the rhyme of their lives with David Wilson homes on World Poetry Day

David Wilson Homes

In celebration of World Poetry Day on March 21st, four creative pupils from St Gabriel’s in Newbury were crowned winners of a poetry competition organised by David Wilson Homes Southern.

The winning entries from Pippa in the senior school, Grace in year six, Jasmyn in year five and Luke in year two, were all selected by the leading developer as part of its competition requiring poems based on the topic of homes.

A presentation was recently held at the school to announce the winners and Danica Trim, a former pupil of St Gabriel’s and now a David Wilson Homes Sales Office Manager, was in attendance to award the prizes.

David Wilson Homes' Storytelling Event

David Wilson Homes' Storytelling Event

NURSERY CHILDREN LIVE HAPPILY EVER AFTER AT DAVID WILSON HOMES’ STORYTELLING EVENT FOR WORLD BOOK DAY

Stories were brought to life in front of the eyes of children from the Rocking Horse Nursery at Newbury Racecourse thanks to a storytelling event at the nursery organised by David Wilson Homes Southern.  

Children at the nursery, located at Newbury Racecourse, were visited by a storyteller as part of the housebuilder’s celebration of World Book Day.

The five-star housebuilder invited professional storyteller Martin Reed, a member of the Society for Storytelling, to spend the morning at the nursery, telling stories to the children and engaging them in the beauty of literature.  

Local Hook boy names new development Oakwood Grange

Oakwood Grange

An 11-year-old boy who named David Wilson Homes’ Oakwood Grange development in Hook was invited to visit the site after winning a competition.

The creative former pupil at Hook Junior School, Amar Jheeta, chose the name of the new development in a competition hosted by the school.

The leading homebuilder asked pupils at the school for their help and ideas for naming the new development on Griffin Way North.

After almost 100 entries were submitted, Amar won with his suggestion of ‘Oakwood Grange’ which was inspired by the amount of trees in the area.

Amar’s winning name, which impressed the five star housebuilder, will now be used on all of the development’s signs and promotional material.

His father, Bob Jheeta, said:

Youngest apprentice ever with David Wilson Homes

youngest apprentice

A three-year-old budding truck operator has been taken on as David Wilson Homes Southern’s youngest apprentice at its newest Basingstoke development Gillies Meadow.  

Adam Blackwell is being invited to the development at various stages of build to see how the homes are progressing and will get to ‘oversee’ the construction of plot 215.

He will be able to see the plot at foundation level, when the roof goes on and then once it has been completed.

David Wilson Homes will be starting Adam a story book which will document Adam’s visits as the youngest apprentice to the development and include a timeline of the plot. 

Flexible and adaptable new-build homes

new-build homes

The challenge of finding a home with just the right amount of space and with absolutely no need for DIY is driving many buyers to new-build homes in Bristol.

Increasingly, newer homes are designed to provide flexible space that fits a wide variety of lifestyles, providing those who may previously have opted to downsize with the luxury of rooms that are perfect suited to their requirements.

DIY a thing of the past!

DIY a thing of the past!

The challenge of finding a home with just the right amount of space and with absolutely no need for DIY is driving many buyers to new-build properties in West Sussex. 

Increasingly, newer homes are designed to provide flexible space that fits a wide variety of lifestyles, providing those who may previously have opted to downsize with the luxury of rooms that are perfect suited to their requirements.

Housebuilders offers buyers of new homes a wheelie good time at Cheshire developments

Housebuilders offers buyers of new homes a wheelie good time at Cheshire developments

With more and more people choosing pedal power over other forms of transport, Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes are helping people in Cheshire to get on its bike by building new homes close to the National Cycle Network and providing storage for bicycles at their developments.

Cycling in the UK is increasing year on year according to British Cycling, the sport’s governing body, with more than two million people across the country getting out on their bike at least once a week.

Modern day living at the heart of community village

Leading housing developer announces Help to Buy homes in the heart of community village

A stylish new development is offering househunters the opportunity to sample the perfect blend of modern living: state-of-the-art affordable home comforts combined with traditional village life. 

Just over 12 miles away from the city of Chester, David Wilson’s Haddington Park development is ideally located for young professionals looking for affordable homes and an easy commute across the North West.

Located on the edge of the chocolate-box village of Tarporley, Haddington Park offers residents a friendly community feel, in addition to a wide range of facilities.