Here's a selection of our latest press releases
Life as we know it has been put on hold in recent weeks, with the pandemic affecting work, school, socialising, finances and holiday plans.
In ‘normal’ times, budgeting and family commitments may mean that not everyone is able to jet off on a summer break and think abo... more
Home hunters in Shifnal looking for green open space with strong commuter links should look no further than Bovis Homes’ nearly completed family location – and a new show home is soon to be open.
Bovis Homes’ Iddeshale Gardens, off Haughton Road, and close to a national cycle route, is more than 75 per cent finished and boasts impressive three, four and five-bedroom properties from the housebuilder’s latest collection, including the five-bedroom show home.
The Birch show home can be viewed on an appointment-only basis next month and visitors will be impressed by the housebuilder’s support packages and the surrounding area – which has led to Bovis Homes colleagues moving to ... 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
A 24-year-old manager from Warmley who joined a national housebuilder as a trainee straight from school has highlighted her career progress as she urges other young people to join the industry.
Lucy Gazzard, field sales manager at Vistry Group – which includes Bovis and Linden Homes – says the variety of roles offered by housebuilders often surprises young candidates.
Lucy covers locations in Bath, South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire and has successfully adapted to working from home while she continues to manage her developments and offer support to sales advisors. Vistry sales centres recently reopened on an appointment-only basis with social distancing me... more
Colleagues from a national housebuilder are running 1,000km in 100 days to help tackle homelessness in Peterborough and the rest of the UK.
A team of seven from Vistry Group’s East Midlands region have strapped up and are virtually running the distance of Devon to Inverness for homeless charity Crisis.
Participants Alan Lusha, Mark Bond, Gary Fane, Jane Coulson, Matthew Parker, Andrew Wilmot and Georgina McCrae are now more than 70 days in and have passed Edinburgh on their virtual map. Once over, they plan to take part in a DIY SOS project at homeless support centre based in The Garden House, at Peterborough Cathedral, by painting and replacing the kitch... more
Key workers in Shrewsbury hoping to live by the town’s hospital can purchase a family home from a national housebuilder’s final phase – and use a special scheme to support them.
The location, off Mytton Oak Road, has plenty of open-space landscapes, including a play area, countryside views and sits close to t... more
Budding photographer Toby and his partner Maddy were among the first residents to move to Bovis Homes’ North Whiteley location – and they have been enjoying life in their first home together.
Since the Government lockdown, Toby and Maddy have been appreciating their new-build home, at Bovis Homes’ – part of the newly-formed Vistry Group – Whiteley Meadows, all the more.
The first-time buyers, who both grew up in the county, said saving for a new home after university had been much better than renting and they were delighted with... more
Vistry Group sales offices and show homes are opening their doors to visitors for the first time in two months, on an appointment-only basis, with careful social distancing measures set to make it a different – but safe – experience for home hunters.
With the Government recently easing their lockdown measures to allow the reopening of new-build sales centres, teams from Vistry – which includes Bovis Homes and Linden Homes – have been finalising thorough preparation work to make the new homebuying experience as safe as possible.
Thousands of home buyers have registered their interest in buying a new home over the lockdown period, and the housebuilders have been getting ready to w... more
A keen traveller who moved to a new-build home in Aston Clinton says there is no better place to live as he enjoys the best of both worlds by a rural spot near London.
Andrew Turpin, whose varied career has included working in Shanghai, now lives at Bovis Homes’ Aston Brook location and he has praised the housebuilder – part of the newly-formed Vistry Group – for the smooth transition into his four-bedroom house.
The construction consultant enjoys the woodland and canal, within walking distance from his house, with his wife Nicholl, and boys Harry, Freddie, Ar... more
We are very much open, and our sales advisors remain on hand to assist you with your enquiries and purchases via our website, by telephone or at our developments.
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 purchased land for a further 128 new homes next to its current location near Waterlooville – increasing the value of the development to £76 million.
The national housebuilding company, which includes Linden Homes and Bovis Homes, bought the Lovedean parcel from residential property firm Grainger plc, and will build 81 private and 47 affordable homes, as part of its second phase on the development.
The move means a total of 288 properties will be constructed across Linden Homes’ Catherington Park development, which will include two, three and fou... more
We know things are tough right now, so we'd like to offer a little help towards your new home in Kent or Sussex. For two years, we could subsidise your mortgage by £500 per month up to the value of £12,000*.
Our expert team will support you through your move and you will have the extra peace of mind when it comes to your monthly mortgage costs.
You can secure your future home for as little as a £500 deposit and move at a later date. In the meantime, our helpful, experienced team can share a range of virtual home tours with you and can arrange video tours too, to help you have a good look around your potential new home without le... more
Construction workers are to benefit after Vistry Group and other housebuilders raised £110,000 for a national family crisis fund following an urgent plea by a charity during the coronavirus lockdown.
Home builders responded quickly to an appeal by the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity, doubling the funds already donated to help it reach its £1million target, following unprecedented demand on its services.