Mayor pays a visit to Marham Park development in Bury St Edmunds

David Wilson Homes has welcomed the Mayor of St Edmundsbury  Terry Clements to All Saints Quarter, at Marham Park, its development in Bury St Edmunds.

He was invited for a ‘hard hat’ tour of the site now the development is beginning to take shape.

David Wilson Homes is building its first phase of 36 homes at the development on Northern Way.

During his visit Mr Clements spent time meeting the team behind All Saints Quarter, touring the development so far and discussing the new homes with managing director of David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties, Robert Holbrook.

Mr Holbrook said: “We were delighted to welcome the Mayor and Mayoress onto the site and show them around Willow Grove so far ahead of our first residents moving in. It was great to show them the plan for All Saints Quarter when it is completed and discuss our commitment to Bury St Edmunds.”

Mr Clements said: “This is delivering much needed housing to this part of Bury St Edmunds. We know that people that grew up in this part of West Suffolk want to carry on living in the area because it is such a great place to live, while people from outside of the area, understandably, want to relocate here.

“Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk is in huge demand and I am delighted to have had this opportunity to see how this important new housing development is taking shape.”

David Wilson Homes recently received a five star rating from the Home Builders Federation (HBF) for the ninth consecutive year. The rating means that 90% of customers would recommend the homebuilder to a friend.

There are currently four and five bedroom homes for sale at All Saints Quarter, with prices starting from £349,995.

For more information visit the sales centre, open Monday 12:30pm-5:30pm and Thursday to Sunday 10am-5:30pm. Alternatively call the sales information line on 0844 854 7767 or visit www.dwh.co.uk<http://www.dwh.co.uk>

Pictured above is Robert Holbrook, managing director at David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties, with Terry Clements, the Mayor of St Edmundsbury.

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