Thursday 18th September - Kris Hopkins, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for department of Communities and Local Government and the Former Housing Minister, visited the highly successful Aura development by Weston Homes in Edgware, London. Accompanying him was Bob Blackman, Conservative MP for Harrow East and Hannah David, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Standing for Harrow West as part of the London housing initiative to provide affordable quality housing to Londoners.
Weston Homes Group Construction Director, Jim Wood, accompanied the tour of the development, which commenced with a tour of the sales and marketing suite, which features an array of interactive features for potential purchasers to explore the available properties for sale and view the scale model of the scheme. The visitors then continued onto the viewing platform to appreciate the scale of works currently under construction to deliver the 189 homes, followed by a tour of the new two bedroom show apartment.
Since its launch, Aura has proven extremely popular with local Londoners looking for a new home with 40% of the development already sold off plan. When complete Aura will comprise of one, two and three bedroom apartments and three, four and five bedroom townhouses set in beautiful landscaped grounds and will be ideal for couples, professionals and families looking for a new luxury home.
The aesthetically pleasing exterior design and luxurious communal areas have been carefully planned to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere and a desirable place to live. The series of new buildings will be set in beautiful landscaped grounds and each property with parking spaces for available both above and below ground.
Aura is set in an ideal location, close to a range of amenities, shops and transport links. Broadwalk shopping centre is a short walk away with a range of high street stores such as boots, Marks and Spencer and Sainsburys. Watling park, Chandos recreation ground and Stanmore country park are a short journey away.
Kris Hopkins, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for department of Communities and Local Government and the Former Housing Minister, said: “Aura is an fantastic example of new quality housing in London and its sales success is testament to Weston Homes an excellent reputation within the new homes market. Weston Homes have done a great job of incorporating underground parking and beautiful landscaped areas for residents to enjoy. This former football ground site has been utilised for much needed housing in London and I am really impressed with the specification and quality of the finishes.”
Bob Weston, CEO of Weston Homes said: “We are delighted to host Kris Hopkins, Bob Blackman and Hannah David at Aura. Our aim is to deliver quality housing in across London and the home counties which contributes to regeneration, local improvements and much needed housing for people of all ages. At Weston Homes, we take pride in delivering high specification interiors and high build quality to every one of our buyers at no extra cost. We are now also offering Help to Buy at the scheme, which has already seen a number of reservations at the development.”
Prices start from £290,000 for a two bedroom apartment and go up to £382,500. For more information please contact Aura on 0208 951 3907.