29 May 2014
Tim Grey, Sales Director of Welsh home builder Llanmoor Homes, has expressed concern over recent reports of overheating of the housing market, and at recent pressure to remove the government funded Help to Buy shared equity scheme.
Reports have suggested that the Help to Buy scheme could be cut back or completely withdrawn by the government due to fears that the scheme is in part causing the housing market to overheat, with an unsustainable rise in house prices which could have a negative impact on the slowly recovering economy.
29 Apr 2014
Llanmoor Homes are encouraging househunters to purchase a new home through the Help to Buy Wales Shared Equity Scheme.
Since the launch of Help to Buy Wales on January 2nd, Llanmoor have made 25 home reservations under the scheme across their South Wales developments.
First time buyers Neil and Hannah recently moved into their new 3-bedroom ‘Litchard’ home at Llanmoor’s Pentre Felin development in Tondu thanks to Help to Buy Wales.
Having previously been saving for a deposit for an older property, Neil, 35 and Hannah, 30, were delighted when the introduction of Help to Buy Wales enabled them to widen ther choice to new build properties for their first home.
Neil said, “We were fully aware of the benefits of owning a new build property but before Help to Buy, a new build home of the size we wanted simply wasn’t in our price range.
02 Apr 2014
Mr and Mrs Meredith have recently bought their third Llanmoor Homes property. The couple have previously bought two properties at Llanmoor’s Cefn Cadno development in Llanharan, but this time they chose the very popular 3-bedroom semi-detached ‘Bayswater’ home at Llanmoor’s Pentre Felin development in Tondu, Bridgend.
Mr Meredith said: “My wife and I continue to buy Llanmoor properties because they offer the perfect product for us. We Buy to Let and so it is very important that we are able to keep within our budget, without compromising on quality. Llanmoor offer a high quality property with a superior finish, but at an affordable price.
25 Mar 2014
Family-run house builder Llanmoor Homes is celebrating after winning two Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Building Excellence Awards from Bridgend County Borough Council.
Llanmoor’s sold out Llys Derwen development in Bridgend was awarded ‘Best High Volume New Housing Development’ and Jeremy White, Site Manager at the company’s Pentre Felin development in Tondu won ‘Best Site Agent’.
The Building Excellence Awards reward high-quality construction and recognise design teams who have overcome technical issues by developing innovative and creative solutions. The LABC gave credit to Llanmoor for their consistent approach in ensuring a high standard of workmanship, together with a clean and safe site.
14 Mar 2014
Llanmoor Homes has recorded the best start of the year for sales for over 5 years.
The family run house builders have announced that reservations taken during the first two months of 2014 are double that of last year. This rounds off a successful year for the company who saw a 40% increase in completed sales during 2013/14, compared to the previous year.
05 Mar 2014
Family run house builders Llanmoor Homes have announced the launch of their first ever development in the Newport area.
Bethesda Field will be located just off Cefn Road in the village of Rogerstone, Newport. With the first ground work expected to start this month, the site will offer just twenty two 3 and 4 bedroom detached properties.
13 Feb 2014
Llanmoor Homes are delighted to announce that they have now opened the ‘Llancarfan’ show home at their Elms Farm development in Llanharry.
The 4-bedroom detached ‘Llancarfan’ is the largest house type available at the development. It offers a large open-plan kitchen and dining area spanning the rear of the property, a separate lounge, study and four good-sized bedrooms, the master with en-suite facilities.
06 Feb 2014
A pupil from Coety Primary School has won a competition to name Llanmoor Homes’ new development in the village.
Eleanor Horne, 10, from Coity, chose the winning name, ‘Gerddi Pentref’, meaning ‘Village Gardens’, for the development, which is launching soon.
24 Jan 2014
Local house builders Llanmoor Homes are delighted to announce they will soon be opening a new development in Coity, Bridgend.
The site name, Gerddi Pentref, was chosen as a result of a recent competition held among pupils at Coety Primary school to suggest a name. The development will feature 93 two, three and four bedroom homes, with the first releases expected in February.
17 Jan 2014
Llanmoor Homes is holding an exclusive open weekend to offer house buyers an opportunity to view and purchase the show home at their popular Parc Penrhos development in Caerphilly.
With the sales centre now closed at this sold out development, on the 25th and 26th January, Llanmoor Homes will once again be opening the doors of the ‘Southerndown’ show home to visitors interested in buying this stunning family home. The show home has been released for sale at a guide price of £279,995 and is the final home remaining at Parc Penrhos.