OUR GIFT ENSURES CHILDREN’S COMFORT IN WELL-BEING CENTRE

Mon, 3 June

Yate-based Cotswold Homes has paid for the seating in the future centre to be created in an external modular building currently used for storage and as an additional learning area.

‘Now that work on this project has started, we have seating which can be used primarily to support emotional health and well-being activities by our children and their families,’ reports the school’s head teacher Mrs Nicola Berry.

‘Thanks to Cotswold Homes it means that pupils can talk with our staff or healthcare professionals about a wide range of topics in comfort.’

Comfort is a hallmark of the new homes taking shape on Cotswold Homes’ nearby Florence Gardens development in a leafy enclave off Trinity Lane.

The development features a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom houses and detached bungalows.

‘Interest in these high-specification properties has been intense since we unveiled our plans earlier this year,’ reports Cotswold Homes’ sales and marketing director Terri Hayes-Pugh. ‘We have already sold nearly all the plots in phase one. Staff in our on-site marketing suite and at local estate agent Milbury’s can advise on the plots remaining and how to purchase with a deposit as low as five per cent by using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.’ [Terms and conditions apply; visit www.helptobuy.gov.uk]

She added: ‘Our semi-rural development is attracting a mix of young families and retired couples, some of whom like the proximity to the nearby golf, football, cricket and tennis facilities as well as rural walks on Sodbury Common.’

Interest in these high-specification properties has been intense since we unveiled our plans earlier this year.