Parklands development welcomes first homeowners

PUBLISHED: 12:00 22 May 2012

Neil Simpson, sales and marketing director at St. Modwen Homes; Tia Neale and baby Francesca Neale,  Jay Lambe, Home and Communities Agency area manager and Jackie Ireland, development sales manager at Locking Parklands.

Neil Simpson, sales and marketing director at St. Modwen Homes; Tia Neale and baby Francesca Neale, Jay Lambe, Home and Communities Agency area manager and Jackie Ireland, development sales manager at Locking Parklands.

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THE Locking Parklands development has welcomed its first homeowners.

Four couples, who are all first-time buyers, have been handed the keys to their homes on the former RAF Locking site by developer St Modwen.

They are the first people to move into the £400million development, and will soon be followed by more as all the homes in the first phase of the development – known as Parkside – have now been sold.

The first people to be handed their keys were Simon and Tia Neale, who moved into their three-bedroom home just hours before the birth of their daughter Francesca.

A second group of homes, which has been named The Woodlands, will be launched at the beginning of June and will consist of 37 three, four and five-bedroom homes.

Neil Simpson, residential sales and marketing director for St Modwen, said: “Handing over the keys to the first homeowners is such an exciting time for the development and it’s a great feeling to see the site at this stage where people can start enjoying life in their new homes.”


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