Here's a selection of our latest press releases
Bovis Homes – part of Vistry Group – is now launching a collection of two-bedroom apartments at its new Charlton Heights development in the popular area of Charlton Hayes in Filton, Bristol and will have contributed in excess of £18million to the local community over the life of the project.
Funding for the local area, close to The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, includes a brand-new primary school and nursery, plus improvements to local infrastructure, public transport, cycle routes, as well as sports, leisure and community facilities. This is further enhanced by a recently installed footbridge, creating an easy link from the location’s new homes to the new supermarket and future airfield development.
Supriya Ray, managing director in the housebuilder’s Cotswold region, said: “Charlton Heights is set to be a fantastic community for the residents living there, with brilliant facilities no matter your int... more
Volunteers protecting dormice in Nottingham have received materials from a national housebuilder to help them better monitor the endangered creatures.
Bovis Homes – part of the newly-formed Vistry Group – has donated drainpipe sections to the Nottinghamshire Dormouse Group to allow them to monitor hazel dormice that nest higher up in trees.
Members of the voluntary group successfully reintroduced the dormice, which are thought to have become extinct in the county in the mid-20th century, to Treswell Wood near Retford, in 2013, and two further woodlands, within an hour to the housebuilder’s Edwalton location, Edwalton Fields... more
A customer care manager in Sarisbury Green is looking forward to meeting an inspirational 90-year-old widow she has spoken with weekly during her NHS volunteering role while furloughed.
Catherine Greenham, customer care service manager at Vistry Group – which includes Linden and Bovis Homes – traded her home owner support role for calling the vulnerable during lockdown and she has been speaking to Molly, who lives on the same road.
Animal lover Molly actually ended up comforting Catherine, who was afraid her unwell 13-year-old Boxer, Beau, would have to be put down. But Beau has fully recovered, after a course of medicine, and now Catherine is planning to walk her t... more
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We are pleased to announce that our sales offices and show homes have now reopened, however please note that all visits are.
Please be assured that we are following the Government guidelines and that we have additional social distancing, health and safety precautions in place for our staff and customers to ensure you can ... more
Pupils at Chipping Campden School are delighted that the show can go on thanks to £850,000 of funding for a state-of-the-art performing arts centre from a local housebuilding group.
Drama, music, dance and art students could all benefit after Vistry Group – which includes Bovis Homes and Linden Homes – contributed to the centre as part of its section 106 agreement with Gloucestershire County Council.
The centre has captured the imagination of British stage actor Edward Bennett, a former pupil, who has also appeared in the film Warhorse, plus the TV series Poldark, Victoria and Miranda, and is throwing his w... more
A newly retired hospital worker at a new-build location in Sherborne has spoken of her delightful neighbours who have been out in droves clapping for NHS workers.
Caroline Robertson praised the community spirit at Bovis Homes’ – part of the newly-formed Vistry Group – Mildenhall location and said a street party had been promised when the country was out of lockdown.
Caroline, who is paraplegic, is enjoying retirement in her adapted home after downsizing into her five-bedroom house with he... more
Vistry Group has helped supply a Wellingborough medical centre with vital face masks for NHS frontline workers.
The housebuilding group – which includes Bovis Homes and Linden Homes – rallied around its subcontractors to support Abbey Medical Practice, on Irthlingborough Road, which is just minutes from Bovis Homes’ Wendelburie Rise location at Stanton Cross.
A GP at the practice contacted Vistry Northern Home Counties asking the regional office, in Milton Keynes, for help to obtain FFP3 masks for healthcare workers assessing Coron... more
A new-build site manager from Tewkesbury is helping to free-up ambulance workers so that they can focus on life-critical calls, during his volunteer work as an on-call firefighter.
Tim McVicker, a site manager at Bovis Homes – part of the newly-formed Vistry Group – is set to drive ambulances around the county to co-respond and transfer patients to support South Western Ambulance Service staff.
The Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) crew manager, who has been based at Tewkesbury Community Fire and Rescue Station for 14 years, is also delivering PPE and food as he works 1... more
A health and safety advisor at a national housebuilder has spoken of his pride at donating vital respiratory kit to the critical care unit at a Banbury hospital.
Phil Reay, health, safety and environmental advisor at Bovis Homes – part of the newly-formed Vistry Group – said it was a great feeling to contribute to the amazing work being carried out on the front line at Horton General Hospital.
Phil worked with colleagues in the Vistry West Midlands region, including Jason Humphrey, site manager at Bovis Homes’ Longford Park location in Banbury, to deliver the £500 Versaflo kit – a battery-powered air purif... more
A Vistry Group regional MD has donated protective kit to the intensive care unit of a West Yorkshire hospital to help support his neighbour and the NHS colleagues working there.
Face masks and more than 1,000 packs of antibacterial wipes have been handed over to staff on the frontline at Bradford Royal Infirmary after being collected from temporarily closed Vistry Yorkshire locations.
Scott Stothard from Vistry Group – which includes Bovis Homes and Linden Homes – arranged for the collection of spare equipment from a number of developments, and further donations have been made by ... more