We are pleased to welcome Scott to the Hollins Homes team.
Site Manager, Scott Angus, served his joiner apprenticeship with Millar MacDonald Ltd before taking employment in Aberdeen with Stewart Milne Homes.
Scott then moved south of the border where he was employed at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. In 1997 Scott started at R P Tyson as a joiner where his career progressed until he was made a site manager working on new build housing and the refurbishment of schools, police stations and medical centres.
Specialist boutique property developer, Hollins Homes, has released the first three properties at its idyllic new Fulwood Green development.
The initial properties to be released are the three-bedroom The Austen, four-bedroom The Shakespeare and five-bedroom The Churchill, with homebuyers now able to buy off plan.
The development, located in Fulwood, is a wonderful collection of 24 two, three, four and five bedroom homes, each carefully designed to complement the local area.
A stunning location with breath-taking scenery, Fulwood Green is perfectly situated with all local amenities on your doorstep, including the much-desired Broughton High School.
Mark Chadwick, director at Hollins Homes, commented: “Hollins Homes is a new and exciting developer of properties built with traditional values and common sense. With a preference for quality over quantity, we pride ourselves on our attention to detail. Our smaller than average developments allow us to create exclusive new neighbourhoods where the design of the interior of the property is as important as the site layout and landscaping. At the heart of everything we do is a determination to deliver desirable, well-designed places to live.”
The downstairs of the carefully-styled Churchill benefits from a spacious dining area and kitchen with utility and breakfast bar, plus a generous lounge, perfect for family relaxing. There is also a cloakroom off the hallway. The first floor comprises a large master bedroom with ensuite, a further double bedroom, family ensuite and a study-cum-single bedroom. The second floor of the three-storey property features two further double bedrooms and a further family-sized bathroom.
A central hallway opens up the downstairs of the Shakespeare, with large living room leading from it. A modern fitted kitchen featuring a dining area and utility is at the rear of the property. A single garage is also integrated into the ground floor. To the upstairs of the property, are four spacious double bedrooms, one with ensuite and a further family bathroom completing the spacious property.
The Austen boasts two very spacious downstairs rooms, with a kitchen dining room and a living space. To the upstairs, are two double bedrooms, one featuring an en-suite, a single bedroom and a family bathroom.
To enquire about the development of carefully tailored properties, homebuyers are asked to contact Your Move - Gill Cant who are the appointed sales people and are based on Garstang Road tel: 01772 713514
Homebuyers across the UK are to benefit from the Help to Buy equity loan scheme until 2020 following a Government announcement.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has committed £6 billion to extend Help To Buy to ‘at least 2020’, a move that will give developers assurances regarding the planning of future schemes and allow them to “continue to boost housing supply”.
Mr Osborne also confirmed the first annual allocation of almost £1.5 billion for the scheme covering the 2016-17 period. The Help to Buy equity loan applies to new build properties priced up to £600,000.
According to Government figures, the scheme has proven to be very popular tool amongst homebuyers, with 47,018 properties purchased in the first two years of the Help to Buy equity loan scheme, launched in April 2013.
Additionally, the Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme, implemented in October 2013, generated 46,877 mortgages between October 2013 and March 2015.
Following a Government announcement in March, a new Help to Buy Isa scheme is to be launched this autumn through banks and building societies. This means that Government will boost first-time buyers' savings for a deposit on a home by £50 for every £200 they save, up to a maximum bonus of £3,000. It is estimated that around 285,000 first-time buyers will use the new Help to Buy Isa scheme a year.
In a statement following the announcement, Stewart Baseley, executive chairman of the HBF, said: “Help to Buy equity loan has stimulated demand for new homes and led to a sharp rise in private housebuilding. Extending the scheme to 2020 provides certainty of demand that allows home builders to recruit the people and invest in the land and supply chains required to support further sustained increases.
“The mortgage guarantee scheme has also benefitted new home building, both directly by increasing demand for new homes, and indirectly by helping new home buyers to build housing chains.”