Weston Homes teamed up with pupils from St Alphege CE School and Sunbeams Nursery in Whitstable, to create a vibrant colourful hoarding to mark the launch of the final phase of new homes at Swale Park on 5th April 2014.
Over 210 children aged 3 to 7, have taken part in drawing pictures themed around cycling all of which are now proudly displayed on the new hoarding surrounding the latest collection of new homes to be constructed on site.
Bob Weston, CEO of Weston Homes commented: “We are really proud to display these beautiful pictures on our hoarding. The children have done an excellent job and we are delighted with the results, residents and the on site construction team have already commented on how much they love the new hoarding.
“The homes at Swale Park are now over 70 per cent sold and the new hoarding surrounds the final phase of 91 apartments at the development. Those interested are invited to visit now as this is the final opportunity to purchase a new home here.”
Lorraine Claydon Headteacher at St Alphege CE school commented: “The children had a wonderful time creating pictures for the hoarding and they were so excited to see the finished display. Weston Homes have created a superb opportunity here and the hoarding looks fantastic, we are sure that many people will enjoy looking at what the children have created.”
Each new home will offer the signature Weston Homes specification with solid wood doors, designer Oakwood kitchens, Oak flooring and fitted wardrobes, providing luxury living in an excellent location.
The final collection of homes are ideal for those looking to live in the quaint fishing town of Whitstable, which provides a range of boutique shops, historic harbour and art galleries.
Whitstable is ideally located with access to Kent via the A2/M2. Those interested in travelling into London can travel from Whitstable train station to reach either London Victoria or Cannon Street in around an hour and a half.
Weston Homes is also offering the Government backed Help to Buy scheme at the development, which allows purchasers to put down just 5% deposit and benefit from an additional 20% contribution from the Government. With the added value of Help to Buy, purchasers will pay just £104,000 for their new home.
Prices at Swale Park start from £130,000 for a one bedroom apartment. For more information please contact Weston Homes on 01279 873 300 or visit www.weston-homes.co.uk