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Bewley Park – Time-lapse video of the demolition of the water reservoir part 1

14 Aug 2014

Commencement of Phase 1 construction plots 5 to 9 inclusive.

First occupations, Idyllic St Georges Court nears completion

6 Aug 2014

The last day of July and the first day of August saw the first completions at this idyllic country development with 50% of the scheme now sold.  This country retreat comprising just 8 detached family homes set within the former Pangbourne College grounds surrounded by woodland, a development that nestles discretely into its landscape, a…

Eton Thameside Development Dramatically Reduces Heat Costs

1 Aug 2014

Bewley Homes’ luxury development on the site of the famous Rafts Boathouse at Eton adjoining the River Thames will be heated by an innovative system that makes use of heat stored naturally underground.  Each of the 13 apartments / houses being built by Bewley Homes on the site once owned by the world famous public…

Brimming with enthusiasm for Nalder Fields

24 Jul 2014

Just two months after the launch of Nalder Fields in East Challow, a quarter of the properties have been snapped up. Eleven of 43 three-, four-and five-bedroom homes launched in May are sold, with the first completions taking place later this month. The development is built on land that was home to the Nalder & Nalder factory, where agricultural and brewing equipment was made for more than a century. Nalder…

Time-lapse video of the demolition of the water reservoir part 2

14 Jul 2014

Bewley Park Build July Update

Bewley wins House Builder of the Year 2014

16 May 2014

2013 saw the Thames Valley property sector experience a strong recovery, thus making the introduction of these new Awards, organised by the UK Property Forum and Thames Valley Business Magazine, very timely. Bewley Homes plc was nominated for House Builder of the Year. The award, sponsored by Pitmans LLP, required that nominee’s property developments should…

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