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Image for Bovis Homes plans for 129 new homes in Thurston approved

Bovis Homes' Strategic Land team has received detailed planning approval for 129 new homes in Thurston, Suffolk.

The approval comes after months of close collaboration and discussion with Mid-Suffolk District Council, the Highways Authority, and other housebuilders with new-home proposals in the area. The development will be located off Barton Road to the north west of the village boosting the District's supply of housing.

Victoria Trotman, Associate Strategic Planning Director at Bovis Homes said: "We're delighted to have received approval for these much-needed new homes, and would like to thank all those who gave feedback on our ... more

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Summer has arrived and we're celebrating the holiday season with a sizzling prize draw that could see you win a fantastic break! Enter our summer heat wave prize draw to be in with a chance of winning £1000 in holiday vouchers. We'll be giving £500 worth of vouchers to an entry in each of our regions and there will be a national winner who will take away a whopping £1000!

To enter the prize draw, just visit one of our sales centres between Saturday 22nd July and Sunday 3rd September and ask the sales advisor to take a photo of you using our summer heat wave frame. Make sure you complete the entry form and keep a look out on our social media pages for your summer pic!

The winning entry will be selected at random and the national and regional winners will be announced on our social media pag... more

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Image for Bovis Homes set to bring more new homes to Upper Heyford

National house builder Bovis Homes has received detailed planning consent for the next phase of its development at Heyford Park, Upper Heyford - including a number of specially designated 'affordable homes' for local people.

The plans, which were approved by Cherwell District Council, include 68 much-needed new properties - of which 24 are allocated as affordable homes, which could have a mix of tenures such as social rent or shared ownership. The plans also include provision for a play area with visitor parking. The construction of these homes will follow on from those already delivered at this popular development.

Paul Stafford, Managing Director of Bovis Homes West Midlands region, said: We're delighted to have planning permission to bring the next phase of our popular Heyford Park development to fruition. It comes after an extensive period of consultation and cooperation with local stakeholders, including Historic England, as well as members... more

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Image for Bovis Homes to work closely with Teynham community on new homes

Bovis Homes is looking to work closely with the local community on proposals to deliver up to 125 new homes at Teynham, Kent.

The house builder is presenting its plans at a public exhibition at Teynham Community Hall on Tuesday 18th July from 2pm to 7pm, where members of the project team will be on hand to discuss the proposals with local residents and answer any questions they have.

There will also be an opportunity for members of the public to offer feedback, which will be used to help shape the plans, ahead of Bovis Homes submitting an outline planning applicatio... more

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A new video has been released showing how proposals for up to 1,000 new homes at Rowtree Park in Northamptonshire could look.

The site, off Rowtree Road on the southern edge of Northampton, was granted outline planning permission in August 2016, and includes plans for local shopping and community facilities, a new primary school and extensive public open space. The site is also allocated for development in the Local Plan (the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy).

Bovis Homes is currently gathering feedback from the local community on the detail of these landscape-led plans, ahead of submitting a reserved matters plann... more

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House builder Bovis Homes is asking local residents to help shape their proposals for up to 1,000 new homes at Rowtree Park.

The site, off Rowtree Road on the southern edge of Northampton, was granted outline planning permission in August 2016, and includes plans for local shopping and community facilities, a new primary school and extensive public open space. The site is also allocated for development in the Local Plan (the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy).

Bovis Homes is now keen to gather feedback from the local community on the detail of these landscape-led plans, ahead of submitting a reserved matters planni... more

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Local residents of Great Glen, Leicestershire are being invited to give their views on a proposed new 100 home development at a site in the village.

The proposed development on land off London Road is being put forward by leading national house builder Bovis Homes. The company is now keen to gather feedback from the local community to help shape the plans, ahead of submitting an outline planning application.

Residents are invited to a public exhibition at Great Glen Village Hall on 25 November from 2.00pm to 7.00pm where they will be able to view and discuss the current plans with members of the Bovis Home... more

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The people of Bromyard are being given the chance to have their say on proposals for up to 500 new homes at a site in the town.

Bovis Homes is preparing a scheme for the development of land at Hardwick Bank, to the north of the town and is keen to gather feedback from the local community to help shape the plans, ahead of submitting an outline planning application.

Residents are invited to a public exhibition atonmber fromwhere they will be able to view and discuss the current plans with members of the Bovis Home... more

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