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David Wilson Homes is set to bring a development of 130 new homes to Tornbury in the new year having just completed the purchase of the site. Te new Morton Grange development follows the five-star housebuilder’s popular existing development in the town, Park Farm. It’s expected that once work gets underway late next year the development will support around 390 jobs over its

lifetime. Roles for the project include tradespeople, subcontractors and sales advisers - and most will be filled by local people. “Tis is great for people wishing to settle in this sought-aſter area,” said managing director, Ian Menham. “We think very carefully before deciding where to build new properties - and we know demand here is very high. We’re thrilled to be playing our part in

bringing new homes and jobs to people in Tornbury - which has been a popular location for us in the past.” David Wilson Homes’ Park Farm development in Tornbury has proven a hit with local buyers since its launch. Tere, a range of one to five-bedroom homes are available to buy and move into now. Morton Grange will feature a range of two, three and four-bedroom homes:

“Morton Grange has been created with a whole host of lifestyles in mind - from sole occupants and couples to growing families,” Ian said. “Tis is very important to us. We know there is a need for new and accessible housing in this region, and our home designers have done us proud here.” To register an interest in new homes at Morton Grange, call 0330 057 6000 or visit


Buyers eager to purchase a Barratt Home at Sycamore Chase in St Athan, can now take a look around a new show home that has just opened on the development. Barratt Homes’ newest development offers the perfect combination of peaceful living close to the beautiful Welsh coast, with easy access to all local amenities. And the impressive selection of three and four bedroom homes has already prompted high demand from buyers. The show house is the stylish and spacious four bedroom Radleigh. Sales director Richard Lawson said: “I am delighted by the success we have seen here at Sycamore Chase since its launch and it’s great that our visitors now have the chance to see for themselves everything the Radleigh design has to offer.” The four bedroom Radleigh offers a bright and airy layout, with a large


open-plan kitchen - great for socialising. The attractive lounge, a handy utility room and separate study complete the ground floor. Upstairs, the hallway leads to four double bedrooms, an en suite to the master bedroom, and a family bathroom. With individual finishes designed to complement its local surroundings, the Radleigh makes a superb base for modern living in a relaxed environment. “This quaint village is fantastic for buyers looking for a location away from the crowds but close enough to schools and other local amenities,” added Richard. “They will find peace and quiet here, but they will also be connected to nearby towns and cities - with excellent commuting links to Barry.” For further information about the Radleigh show home at Sycamore Chase call 0330 057 6000 or visit

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