This spring marked four years of the government’s much-vaunted Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme. By the end of 2016 it had already helped over 112,000 home purchasers make their next move with loans totalling £5.34bn. [i]
The support it has offered to tens of thousands of first time buyers is often a talking point, but it is worth noting another figure that is often overlooked. Before 2016 was out, … Read more.
Leading developer of luxury properties, Harron Homes, has announced the creation of a North Midlands division.
The division, based in Barlborough near Chesterfield, will oversee a region covering Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, and will also be responsible for some developments in South Yorkshire. As part of the launch, five operational Harron Homes developments in the region will transfer into the new division’s remit, including Sandlands Park in Hucknall and Devonshire Gardens … Read more.
This month, residents of the Harron Homes development, Queensbury Gardens, enjoyed a community street party for the third year running. Harron Homes was delighted to donate towards the running costs for the second year in a row.
The party took place on July 1st and involved fun family activities including a gladiator joust, face painting and a bake-off. A burger van was arranged to provide everyone with tasty food … Read more.
Harron Homes is proud to be supporting Crofton Junior School in their efforts to fund school crossing patrols.
The iconic Lollipop men and women provide a fantastic service helping children cross safely and teaching them to be more aware of the dangers of the road. In recent years, government cuts have meant that schools now have to pay for this service themselves.
Parents of Crofton Junior’s students set up the … Read more.
The Harron Homes team have been challenging themselves whilst raising vital funds for Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Saturday 14th June saw the Harron Homes team complete the demanding Three Peaks Challenge. Everyone from Harron Homes who took part was successful at completing the walk with finishing times ranging from 8 to 11 hours.
Most importantly, their efforts raised over £500 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance. £286 of this was contributed by … Read more.