House builder invests in Bradford’s property market
24 May 2012
A leading house builder has confirmed its commitment to the Bradford property market after announcing a £15m development, just three miles from the city centre.
Persimmon Homes is returning to the area after a five year absence with plans to build 97 homes, benefiting the local community with much needed houses and jobs.
Simon Whalley, Persimmon Homes West Yorkshire’s sales director, said: “We are delighted to be returning to Bradford. The last time we were building here, which was actually a mile away from our new development on Royds Hall Lane, our properties were very well received and popular.
“We were aware of the demand for our quality homes in the area but it has taken until this time to find a suitable location.
“Blossom Meadows will provide a mix of two, three and four bedroom properties suitable as first- time buyer starter homes through to larger properties for growing families.
“With support available through various schemes and initiatives such as New Buy, the Government-backed 95 per cent mortgage and Part Exchange where we can buy your old property at the full market price, Persimmon is able to offer potential purchasers the right house to meet their budget.”
The development is conveniently located, near to the M606 and offers easy access to the centre city centre with the train station being two miles away and Leeds Bradford airport just nine miles away.
The Blossom Meadows three bedroom detached ‘Hatfield’ showhome, will open at the end of May. Properties are available from £126,950¹. For further information call 07730 542 279 or visit www.persimmonhomes.com.
1. Prices correct at time of going to press.