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NOVEMBER 2015

New Homes blog

HOW TO DRESS YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE FOR STUNNING EFFECT - BY MARCUS OF THE CHRISTMAS DECORATORS

30/11/2015

With less than a month to go until the big day it’s time to tackle the big Christmas feature: your Christmas tree! Most people in the UK buy their Christmas tree during the second week of December, especially if they’re buying a real one to prevent needles dropping too soon. However, if you want to avoid the tricky business of finding a good real tree and avoid the mess, it’s possible to invest in a quality artificial one.

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CAN WE DELIVER THE GOVERNMENT’S AMBITION FOR NEW HOMES? - BY MIKE LAMBERT

26/11/2015

The scale of the challenge has been well rehearsed over the last few years and I cannot recall a time in my working life when housing has been such a political priority, as re-emphasised by the Autumn Statement. Yet our ability to meet the challenge of delivering 1 million new homes in the lifetime of this Parliament remains uncertain.

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COUNTRYSIDE WINS LANDSCAPE DESIGN AWARD FOR ST IRVYNE'S

24/11/2015

Countryside’s St Irvyne’s, which forms part of Wickhurst Green near Horsham in West Sussex has received a Best Landscape Design silver award at the What House? Awards 2015.

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HOW TO MAKE A FABULOUS CHRISTMAS WREATH - BY MARCUS FROM THE CHRISTMAS DECORATORS

23/11/2015

So Christmas is approaching fast and it’s definitely time to start thinking about dressing your home. A Christmas wreath is a lovely way to welcome guests and visitors to your home at this time of year. They are really fun and easy to make, and display on your front door, especially with our special tips and tricks in this blog and the accompanying video below this image.

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FULL YEAR RESULTS STATEMENT

19/11/2015

Continued strong growth - well positioned for the future

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HIGH QUALITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS APPROVED FOR 600 HOMES

19/11/2015

Planning permission has been granted for the first phase of almost 600 new homes to be built through a new partnership between housing developer Countryside and Knowsley Council.

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Corporate blog

WE NEED MORE HOMES – WHO WILL DELIVER? THE ALAN CHERRY DEBATE AND AWARD FOR PLACEMAKING 2015 - BY RICHARD CHERRY

16/11/2015

Now a firm fixture in the annual property events calendar, this year’s Alan Cherry Debate at the RICS in London, discussed what must surely be hottest topic in property sector; “We need more homes - who will deliver them, when and where?”

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HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF THE PENSION REFORMS - BY ANDREW LOVEDAY

12/11/2015

New legislation introduced in April means that over-55s now have real freedom over how they take an income from their pensions, permitting them to cash-in their pension pots and invest this money as they choose, making buying an investment property a realistic opportunity.

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HOUSEBUILDER AWARD JUDGES IN AWE OF AURA

06/11/2015

Countryside has been awarded ‘Best Design for three storeys or fewer’ at the annual Housebuilder Magazine awards for its Hemingway house design at Aura in Cambridge.

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HOW TO DECORATE YOUR FIRST HOME ON A BUDGET - BY ANDREW LOVEDAY

05/11/2015

When you finally get your foot on the property ladder and move into your first home, it is nice to be able to put your own stamp on your home and add some personal style. Here are my simple ideas on how to add interior style on a budget:

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PLANNING CONSENT FOR NEXT PHASE IN £600M REGENERATION OF ACTON GARDENS

03/11/2015

Progress on the award-winning Acton Gardens development in West London is steaming ahead, with planning consent now granted for Phase 7.1 and construction currently underway across another four phases of the £600m regeneration scheme, which is a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q.

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