Aim High In Milton Keynes With Barratt & David Wilson's Top Floor Tips

Aim High In Milton Keynes With Barratt & David Wilson's Top Floor Tips

Milton Keynes housebuilder Barratt and David Wilson Homes has put together some fresh inspiration on how to utilise the extra space in its townhouses.

With a selection of three storey homes currently available at the housebuilder’s Fen Street development Brooklands and Caledonia Road development Fairfields, now is a fantastic time to ‘live the high life’ in a stunning new property. 

Alison Raine, Sales Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Northampton, said: “For many people, the extra space a third floor offers is a great versatile area to make their own.

“We are seeing more buyers turning to three storey living because of the flexibility it offers and our beautifully presented properties provide many opportunities to create a space that works for you.

Leading homebuilder names road at scholar’s place after Alsager family

Charles Bennion

Barratt and David Wilson Homes North West has honoured a local Alsager family, by naming a street at its Scholar’s Place development, Charles Bennion Road after the farmer who used to own the land.

The Bennion family formerly farmed the land that the development is now built on, before it was the subject of a compulsory purchase order in 1940.

Charles Bennion was the owner of the land prior to World War II and his Grandson Charles Bennion has fond memories of playing on the land as a young child, which has become poignant in recent years as he now suffers from Alzheimer’s.

Barratt anniversary celebrations



Local housebuilder Barratt Homes Manchester is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. To mark the occasion new market research commissioned by Barratt confirms it as the country’s most recognised and well known housebuilder.

Barratt was founded by Sir Lawrie Barratt back in 1958 and it has rapidly grown to become the UK’s largest housebuilder, building more than 17,300 homes last year. Over the past 60 years it has built in total 450,000 houses, helping some 2.8 million families make their home.