Fisher German has been appointed to sell the first homes of a major new development which will bring high-quality homes to Buckinghamshire. The 74-home development at Whitethorn Gardens in Stoke Mandeville is being constructed by Kier Living, the homebuilding division of Kier Group, and are set to be unveiled in September.
The site will feature a mix of two, three, four, and five-bedroom homes, and 23 of the homes at Whitethorn Gardens will offer affordable living. Ella Cartwright, National New Homes Manager at Fisher German, believes the development will meet a strong local need. She said: “Whitethorn Gardens is set to be an important new development in the Aylesbury Vale area, bringing much needed, high quality housing to Stoke Mandeville, so we’re very pleased to be able to offer these homes to buyers in the area. It is located right in the ‘growth corridor’ between Oxford, Cambridge and London which is a high-demand region for housing.”
Ella felt strong teamwork within Fisher German throughout the process allowed the firm to win the contract. She added: “Our successful pitch to Kier Living really was a team effort, with staff from our offices in Thame, Banbury and Ashby all contributing directly.”
Matthew Davis, senior associate at Fisher German’s Thame office, said: “We were able to provide Kier Living with detailed knowledge of the local market during our pitches and impressed them with the personalised service we offer. The growth corridor is set to be a crucial area for future housebuilding, so we’re so pleased we have secured this contract from Kier Living in such an important region.”
Jonathan Miller, regional director of Kier Living’s Southern division, added: “We were very pleased with Fisher German’s attention to detail in their report and presentation – we felt they went above and beyond our expectations. Fisher German’s knowledge of this region really impressed us as well. We are facing unprecedented demand to build new homes in the south, so it is great to work with a company that truly understands the market in this area.”