First residents move in at Dukes Quarter
We are delighted to welcome the first residents to Dukes Quarter. Mr and Mrs Julier became the first homeowners to move into their new home at Prince Philip Park after buying a home with us.
Mr and Mrs Julier and their two children have moved from Aldershot and are looking forward to enjoying the nearby Hogmoor Inclosure, as well as BOSC, a sports and leisure facility, and the other amenities in the local area.
Talking about why they chose to buy a new home at Dukes Quarter, Mrs Julier said: “After initially viewing the new homes at Dukes Quarter we were impressed by the size, quality and value of the properties on sale. With two young children, we were keen to find an affordable area that would also provide good schooling opportunities and nearby green spaces for us to enjoy as a family. Our new home is right by Hogmoor Inclosure which is an amazing natural resource.
“We were also impressed by the redevelopment proposals, which include a new town centre, cinema and other exciting facilities. We purchased our new home with the use of the Help to Buy scheme, enabling us to buy a large family home that we can grow into over the coming years.”
We are proud to support Woolmer Forest Lions Club
Woolmer Forest Lions Club have received a £250 donation from us after being announced as the most recent winners in the monthly donation box scheme at Dukes Quarter. Based in Bordon, members of Woolmer Forest Lions Club put on a range of events and regular activities for local people.
Richard Balchin, President of the Woolmer Forest Lions Club, said: “We endeavour to make Bordon a welcoming and friendly place and the events and activities that we run really help to cement and grow the sense of community. We are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their donation which will help us to continue to support both local residents and national appeals for emergency aid.”
Tina Chalk, Sales Manager for Taylor Wimpey South Thames, says: “At Taylor Wimpey we are proud, not only of the new homes we build, but also of the new communities we create. The Woolmer Forest Lions Club has been bringing the Bordon community together for years and it was our pleasure to offer them a £250 donation.”
Bordon Junior School celebrates our £250 donation
Bordon Junior School are the latest winners of the donation box scheme at Dukes Quarter and have received a £250 boost from us.
Mr C James, Headteacher at Bordon Junior School, said: “It’s brilliant to see a large business like Taylor Wimpey support local schools, and on behalf of the pupils and the staff at Bordon Junior School I would like to say a big thank you for this funding which will go towards cookery equipment to enable the children to eat more healthily.”
Tina Chalk, Sales Manager for Taylor Wimpey South Thames, says: “At Taylor Wimpey we are proud, not only of the new homes we build but also of the new communities we create and we were delighted to offer a £250 donation to Bordon Junior School.”