New home growth continues over summer

2nd October, 2015, by

THE NUMBER of new homes being registered to be built across the UK continues to outperform 2014 levels, according to the latest NHBC figures for July.

Following the strong figures reported for Q2 2015, the new statistics reveal an increase of 14% for the rolling quarter May – July, compared to the same period last year, with 43,684 new homes registered in the UK (32,521 private sector; 11,163 public sector). Last year, 38,365 new homes were registered in the same three month period (28,804 private sector; 9,561 public sector).

FHP Living at their West Bridgford office are seeing the reality of these increased levels. Ian Marriott, associate director has recently received instructions to market three brand new homes within the local area.

Ian said: “We have two locations available. The first one is on the prestigious Nicker Hill in Keyworth. This three storey home will boast approx. 5,500sqft and is due to be ready for Autumn 2016 by award winning family builder O’Keeffe’s. There is an opportunity to design, plan and personalise this wonderful home to your own requirements with an early commitment to purchase. Plans are available for inspection at our West Bridgford office.”

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The second location, again in a highly sought after area is in Plumtree Park, Keyworth. A small development of two beautiful homes due for completion in the New Year built by local builder Linwood Homes. Plot 1, a four double bedroom, two storey detached home in the region of 2867 sqft has an asking price of £735,000.

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Plot 2 is a three bedroom detached home in the region of 2420sqft with an asking price of £635,000. Both properties are available immediately and the prospective client can again influence final finishes with an early commitment to purchase.

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Ian added: “FHP Living are currently receiving a high level of interest in all plots and recommend that anyone who may be interested to myself or my colleague Jules Hunt on 0115 841 1155.”