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ISSUE 2 SUMMER 2018
On my travels across Oxfordshire,
visiting supermarkets and touring
new developments, I am often
struck with how well located the
new developments and community
villages are, and what wonderful
opportunities they present.
Sometimes sitting on the edge of
some of the country’s most beautiful
countryside, with the charming villages
of The Cotswolds lying sleepily next
door, it seems you really are buying into
some beautiful locations, that can only
get better with time and maturity.
As I sipped coffee and ate cake in
Sainsbury’s cafe and Cotswold tea
rooms, I mused on the many possibilities
that these community villages are
offering, with new schools and
community hubs and such easy access
to Oxford, London and other major
cities. It is a very exciting time to be on
the search for a new home, where both
location and quality of life are possible!
Could The Help to Buy Scheme help
you get a foot on the property ladder?
Self-Build mortgages, how do they work?
GRAVEN HILL, BICESTER
The UK’s most exciting self-build and custom build opportunity.
A new home, designed. created and built by you!
How the last bastion of male
dominance, The Garden Shed is giving
way to make an efficient workspace.
In this issue we have highlighted
developments in Cherwell and
West Oxfordshire. In the next issue
we will take a closer look at South
Oxfordshire and at what is happening in
For the garden, Sheena Marsh treats
us to some inspirational ideas for the
garden office, a great solution for finding
that private and quiet space to work.
We would love you to hear about
your experiences of buying a new
home and to share your stories and tips
with readers. So get in touch at
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Whether you’re looking for a bigger property and to borrow more, or you want to
downsize and release some equity, simply sticking with your existing lender many not
be the most suitable option if you want to take advantage of the special rates and
deals being offered in the market.
It’s a good idea to speak to a mortgage adviser who can search thousands of
mortgages including many exclusives, to find the right deal that suits your individual
SELF AND CUSTOM BUILD
Mortgages for self and custom build differ from residential mortgages because the
money is released in stages as the build progresses. There are two types of mortgage
– valuation based and cost based. The valuation based mortgage releases funds
in arrears, based on valuations at key stages of your project. Cost based mortgage
provides peace of mind, with guaranteed stage payments based on your costs at every
stage of the project.
The right mortgage for you will depend on your individual project and financial
circumstances so it’s vital to speak to an expert who can look at your project
individually and recommend the right mortgage for you.
HELP FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS
Buying your first home is a great milestone in your life. If you’ve only got a small
deposit you might be interested in the Help to Buy Scheme, a government initiative to
help buyers with 5% deposits get onto the property ladder.
The Help to Buy Scheme is a shared equity loan and if you’ve got a 5% deposit, you
can apply for a loan of up to 20% of the value of a new build property (valued at up
to £600,000 in England). You borrow the rest (up to 75% from a mortgage lender
on a repayment basis. You won’t be charged loan fees on the 20% loan for the first
five years of owning your home. For more information about Help to Buy, speak to a
Renovating or Converting a Property
When it comes to renovating a property, the first stage of this type of development
often involves removal or repairs to the roof, windows and remedial work to the
Mortgages for renovations or conversions release funds in stages as the project
progresses. Usually lenders release funds when the value of your property has
increased, after each stage is completed (in arrears). With a cost based mortgage,
stage payments are based on your project build costs rather than the property
valuation and funds are paid to you in advance of each stage.
It’s important to speak to a mortgage adviser who can recommend the right mortgage
to suit your project cashflow and financial circumstances.
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3, 4, 5 AND 6 BEDROOM HOMES
Only 4 miles from Woodstock, Charity
Farm, a small and eclectic mix of only
37 three to six bedroom homes, is set
in a beautiful edge of village location.
With many of the homes now
reserved or already being enjoyed
by their newowners, Charity Farm
is living up to the expectations well
deserved of any PYE Home, having
received an NHBC Pride in the Job
For further details of the varying
designs or to view the brochure
and site video visit us on line at:
The Garden Shed gives way
to The Garden Office
Perhaps the last bastion of male dominance in
the garden is the shed. Traditionally the male
preserve where men can retreat from ‘her indoors,’
batten down the hatches and indulge in all sorts
of disgusting, anti-social behavior. Not for much
longer. A 2015 study by the TUC to mark National
Work From Home Day revealed that nearly a
quarter of a million more people worked from
home than the decade before. And the biggest
growth in the trend has been among women with
35% more working from home in 2015 than in
2005. As this trend seems set to continue, many
ladies are eyeing up the garden shed as a possible
extra working space.
Some garden offices come complete with a sedum roof in which alpine plants
flower in spring and summer making a pleasant outlook for neighbours
and the top floor of the house. Your garden should be a reflection of your
own personality, just like your clothes, it should fit naturally with you. You
may dislike the apparent randomness of the classic garden, choosing a
more contemporary, clean cut garden building with sliding glass doors and
minimalist decking surround, in which case the surrounding planting palette
should be kept to a minimum to give maximum impact.
It’s becoming increasingly popular to introduce a smart, efficient workspace
to our gardens and several companies now specialise in contemporary home
offices (or posh sheds) to meet this growth in demand. Visit any garden show
and you will find on display fantastically chic buildings designed for all year
use. It seems that many of us now see the garden as an extra room and the
daily commute to the office, a simple stroll to a space into which we can
An office in the garden can completely dominate, especially if space is at a
premium, but with crafty design it can blend into the surrounding area and
style of the garden. Before deciding about what garden building to buy,
consider your taste. The look of a classic English cottage garden, for example,
appeals to many of us, in which case, the building can be ‘softened’ with
hanging baskets, terracotta pots and window boxes crammed with colourful
annual planting, thus making the building a feature.
Making the office or shed the focal point of a garden is fine providing it’s
an attractive building. The alternative is to screen it from the main house
and create different areas of interest within the garden. This can be done
by planting a hedge, although it will take a while to establish. A speedier
alternative is to erect a trellis, as a support for climbers, which are usually
much quicker to grow. Trees can be used with great effect,if there is enough
space. Pleached trees ( like a hedge on a stick) have become popular in
recent years to provide an instant, living screen. Hornbeam is often used for
pleaching, or,for evergreen screening, Quercus Ilex, the Holme Oak, is an
Unless you particularly wish to don wellies on a wet winter morning’s
commute to work, a path from the back door to the office entrance is
essential. This should suit your garden in a similar way the flooring inside suits
the various rooms. If your style and taste is less formal, a winding gravel path,
with local shingle using an edging to contain, is a practical, cost effective
choice. Adding a planting border to each side, gives extra definition to the
In a sunny garden, a Lavender pathway is the perfect choice for scent, colour
and attracting bees.
For a lovely ‘cottagey’ look, allow for pockets of low growing herbs among
the gravel, so they can release delicious scents when stepped upon. The
disadvantage of gravel as a pathway is it can be difficult to wheel things over
and if you have trees in or around your garden, the gravel can quickly become
a mushy mess in the autumn. If you have a larger budget, a stone or brick
pathway is ideal. Giving the pathway a curve, as opposed to going straight
from A to B will make a garden look larger and invite exploration.
Lighting the pathway is essential for those long winter evenings helping to
define the edges and illuminate any flowers that are planted next to them. As
with anything else in your garden, the choice will depend on the overall style
and should fit your own lifestyle and personality.
Sheena Marsh is owner and designer at Oxford Garden Design.
See oxfordgardendesign.co.uk or email email@example.com
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LIKE NO OTHER
Graven Hill nestles at the southern edge of
Bicester, an historic market town in Oxfordshire.
The 188-hectare site encircles an ancient hill
of beautiful mature woodland covering 30
hectares, which has been largely inaccessible
to local people for generations. The site has
been in use since before the Second World War
by the Ministry of Defence, who are gradually
relocating to make way for the new village.
Graven Hill is the UK’s first large scale self-build
development and is leading the way to make
building your own home mainstream. It is being
delivered by the Graven Hill Village Development
Company, (GHVDC) which is wholly owned by
Cherwell District Council. Over the coming decade,
Graven Hill will evolve as a new village community
Graven Hill is a ten year project which once
complete will feature up to 1900 homes, a
combination of those that are self-built and those
whose owners have chosen to go down the Tailored
Finish route. Tailored Finish properties are available
as two, three and four bed properties which provide
buyers with a choice of internal layouts, fixtures and
fittings plus a home built to the highest standards.
Graven Hill opens up the possibility for anyone to
design and create their own home. Customers are
offered a choice of new, simple and supported
ways of making their self-build dream a reality at
prices that compare favourably in the local property
market. There are options for all sizes of build
and budget, from a one-bedroom bungalow for
retirement years to a large family home. Clearly
defined routes enable a customer’s self-build
journey to be as ‘hands on’ or as ‘hands off’ as
they feel comfortable with. These benefits and
opportunities make self-building at Graven Hill a
very realistic option for many more people.
It is expected that around 40% of the new homes
will be Custom or Self-build.
An important part of the Graven Hill project is to
create a healthy living environment; opening-up the
woodland and surrounding countryside with new
cycle routes and walking trails connecting to the
town centre, planting a new orchard of fruit trees,
providing new allotments and creating habitats for
the wildlife abundant on the site. This all fits with
Cherwell District Council’s wider plan for growing
Bicester as a healthy-living, garden town.
At the heart of the Graven Hill community there
will be a small village centre with a pre-school
nursery, primary school, local shops, a pub, café,
small business premises and village green. The new
community will also have easy access to the existing
shops, services and amenities of Bicester.
Part of the wider Graven Hill site has been set
aside for one million square feet of commercial
investment over the life of the project, which
has the potential to create hundreds of jobs and
training opportunities for local people and helping
to deliver new investment and prosperity for
Bicester, which has excellent transport connections
and a growing, skilled population.
Our vision for Graven Hill is a distinctive new village
community, in a beautiful garden setting, where
people can afford to live, be enterprising and thrive.
We are looking to challenge the norm in order
to find better ways to make a place. An inclusive
development where like-minded people can come
together and live in a settled community for many
years to come. Key factors influencing the decision
of our current buyers have included location and
lifestyle. This comes as no surprise as Graven Hill
features an abundance of open green space and is
set against the backdrop of the beautiful hill. As well
as this tranquil rural setting, the development sits in
one of the most accessible parts of the country, with
excellent connectivity by road and rail to key cities
such as London, Oxford and Birmingham.
To help prospective home buyers understand more
about the development and to reach a decision on
what is the best option for them, Graven Hill has
now opened a Plot Shop in Bicester Town centre.
MAKE YOUR DREAM
HOME AT GRAVEN
HILL A REALITY
Graven Hill is the UK’s largest and most
exciting self and custom build opportunity
which offers something for everyone.
BuildStore Mortgage Services are the self build
mortgage experts with 20 years’ experience
and over 20,000 homes built. BuildStore is
working with Graven Hill to provide a range
of EXCLUSIVE mortgages designed specifically
for self or custom build homes.
If you want to self build or you want the
opportunity to shape some of the features of
your new home you can do so by selecting from
a range of options.
Whether you are building a first home, you
want a larger home for a growing family, you
wish to downsize in your retirement years, or
you prefer a single story property such as a
bungalow that is better suited to your needs –
Graven Hill has it all.
The route you take will depend on your budget,
so it’s important to speak to the experts at
Buildstore early on!
Get in touch with Buildstore – telephone 0345
223 4647 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here their dedicated team will meet with you and
talk you through your options and then support you
at every stage of your Graven Hill journey. Whatever
choice you make, the options offered at Graven Hill
Further information on Graven Hill can be found
at www.gravenhill.co.uk by calling 01869 396 070
or visiting the Plot Shop, Pioneer Square, Bicester
WELCOME TO WINDRUSH PLACE
This exciting new development is
close to the picturesque market
town of Witney in the beautiful
Oxfordshire Cotswolds and offers
a selection of quality 2, 3, 4 and
5 bedroom homes, all carefully
designed to complement their
charming Cotswold environment.
Windrush Place is less than two
miles from Witney, with its historic,
Cotswold stone buildings and pretty
River Windrush. The town centre
offers great shopping and there
are local schools, health and leisure
facilities, as well as easy access to
nearby Oxford and the M40.
Famous for its woollen Witney
blankets, the town is steeped in
history, with centuries-old buildings
such as the 13th century St Mary’s
Parish Church,the Blanket Hall and
The Buttercross. Today you can
enjoy pubs, restaurants, museums, a
cinema, a leisure centre, sports clubs,
a golf centre and the tranquil Witney
Lakes and Meadows.
Cogges Manor Farm is a working,
Victorian museum and you’ll find
12th century archaeological remains
at Bishop’s Palace. The Cotswold
Wildlife Park at Burford is great for
animal-lovers and regal Blenheim
Palace is only 13 miles away. A
few minutes’ drive takes you into
the Cotswold Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty with its pretty market
towns and quintessential English
In the Market Place a monthly
Farmers’ Markets offers tasty,
local produce, and on the edge
of town you’ll find a B&Q, Lidl
and Sainsbury’s. Oxford, the city
of dreaming spires is less than 15
miles away, with its Covered Market
and indoor shopping malls, or visit
Bicester Village, the designer outlet,
just a 21 mile drive.
Witney offers a great mix of shopping
with smaller, independent retailers
and large national stores. Marriotts
Walk and Woolgate Shopping Centres
are home to brands such as M&S,
Waitrose, Next and Waterstones and
the thriving High Street has antiques,
jewellery, shoes and well-known
Nearby are West Witney Primary and
Queen Emma’s Primary and others
include Our Lady of Lourdes Primary,
St Mary’s Church of England Primary,
The Batt Church of England School
and Tower Hill Community Primary.
For senior students there’s The
Henry Box School and Wood Green
School, while The King’s School is
an independent, Christian school
for both primary and senior pupils.
Nearby Cokethorpe School, is also an
independent school for children aged
from 4 to 18. Abingdon & Witney
College is ranked in the top 10%
nationally. Oxford University has 38
If you’re looking for a fantastic new
home, in a stunning West Oxfordshire
setting, your search ends here!
Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 7NX. To
find out more call a sales advisor on
Kingsmere, Modern Village Living, South West Bicester
Several of Bicester’s housing developments have a
headline feature, be it self-build or sustainability.
For Kingsmere a key appeal is its location supported
by excellent transport connections, including two
train stations within walking distance, coupled with
the provision of fantastic new community facilities
on site, including a brand new primary school and
The site is located to the south west of Bicester and will
deliver up to 2,450 new homes across two phases. The
homes are a mixture of designs ranging from modest two
bedroom homes to executive five bedroom properties. As
per all major developments, affordable rent and shared
ownership opportunities are available.
Families are well catered for with lovely new parks, play
areas, village centre, with a Community Centre and
separate Youth Centre, and of course an amazing new
Sports Centre with several grass pitches to cater for
football, rugby and cricket, and a wheelchair-friendly
jogging/cycling track. Construction of a new secondary
school at Kingsmere will start later this year.
The second phase of Kingsmere will start this summer to
provide further new homes, parks, play areas and a second
new primary school.
A variety of beautiful new homes
are being built at Kingsmere
from Bovis, Bellway, Linden and
For more information visit
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NOW LAUNCHED AT
Dorchester Living has launched its
newest collection of stylish homes
called The Crescent at its exclusive
Heyford Park development in
Upper Heyford. The Crescent
features an exciting collection of
three to six-bedroom houses, built
to a very high standard and ideal
for families, with prices starting
The first properties on this new phase
will be ready for occupation this
summer whilst other plots can be
reserved off-plan ready to move into
towards the end of 2018/beginning of
2019. Help to Buy, Assisted Move and
Part Exchange are available on selected
This new phase of development
offers purchasers a selection of the
most popular housetypes, such as the
Gilbert and the Darcy as well as The
Knightley, which is a new housetype.
The Gilbert is a 3 bedroom property
with an open plan kitchen and dining
room with bi-folding doors leading
to the garden. There is an en-suite to
the master bedroom. Prices start from
The Darcy is a 4 bedroom property
spread across 2.5 storeys with an open
plan kitchen, dining room and living
room as well as a separate study. The
master bedroom features an en-suite
and walk in wardrobe and selected
plots have a double garage. Prices start
The Knightley is a 5 bedroom property
spread across 3 storeys. There is an
open plan kitchen and dining room
with two sets of bi-folding doors
leading to the garden as well as a
separate living room, utility room and
study. The master bedroom, bedroom
2 and bedroom 3 all have en-suites
and all plots have a double garage.
Prices start from £874,995.
Heyford Park is Dorchester Living's
first development project and is the
large-scale regeneration of former
RAF Upper Heyford in Bicester,
Oxfordshire. Set within 1,231 acres,
Dorchester Living are building over
700 new homes at the Heyford Park
development. Working alongside local
companies and the local community
helps Dorchester Living to fulfil its
commitment of creating a sustainable
Dorchester Living are in the process
of developing a number of facilities
and amenities at Heyford Park, and
the first of these is the Heyford Park
Free School which opened in 2013. In
spring 2018, The Old Station Nursery
opened at Heyford Park, offering
funded places for 2, 3 and 4 year olds
as well as full and part time sessions
for babies up to 5 years.
The Heyford Park Specialisms Campus
has a fully-equipped leisure gym which
is open to residents outside of school
hours. A neighbourhood centre with
retail outlets and a village pub will be
available to Heyford Park residents in
the near future.
Situated 16 miles north of Oxford
town centre, 6 miles northwest of
Bicester, 16 miles southeast of Banbury
and 3.5 miles to the southwest of
Junction 10 of the M40, Heyford Park
provides unrivalled access to the rest
of the UK.
For more information please call
01869 238238 or visit our sales and
marketing suite on Camp Road, OX25
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3 BEDS FROM £364,995
4 BEDS FROM £424,995
5 BEDS FROM £574,995
6 BEDS FROM £699,995
Taking the stress out of moving...
It’s a simple fact that moving
can be one of the most
stressful life events you will
undertake. Yet with a little
pre-planning, and the right
removals company, your
move to your new home
can become an enjoyable
experience. It’s essential to be
well prepared so we’ve put
together a few tips to ensure
your move runs without any
Look to get a moving quote and book
in a professional moving survey as
soon as you are can. If there is not
private parking at both properties,
notify your removals company, so they
can arrange in advance of your move.
Make sure that fixtures and fittings
are all agreed on and removed or
disconnected prior to moving day.
Always notify your utility companies
of your move and remember to take
final meter readings on the day of the
Kids can be anxious and excited about
moving, make them feel part of the
day by giving them a small box of
their own to pack their special things.
To reduce your pet’s anxiety on the
move day, try to arrange for them to
be elsewhere of clear one room first
where they can be kept calm.
Look to keep important
documentation with you at all times
in case of any last-minute queries and
ensure that keys can be dropped off
and collected on completion with
your Estate Agent or seller.
You can trust your local Dulux Select Decorator to deliver an exceptional service.
Your Dulux Select Decorator is an independent decorator, who has been assessed and accredited
as a scheme member by Dulux. Members offer a two year quality workmanship guarantee*
including deposit protection.
Dulux Select Decorators…
• Are assessed and approved by Dulux
• Offer a 24 month workmanship guarantee for your peace of mind
• Follow the strict Dulux Code of Practice to give you the highest standards
• Manage your job professionally from initial quote to final coat
• Look after your home, leaving it clean and tidy
To find your local Dulux Select Decorator please visit www.duluxdecorators.co.uk
Dulux Select Decorators, Freepost MID20389, Arnold, Nottinghamshire NG5 1BR
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websites before you visit
Many offer incentives if you
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Tips & Tricks
Check out the moving-in
incentives. Often developers offer
incentives to entice customers.
Don’t rush in. Once plots are
released, prices may change
every few weeks, so continually
check websites and price lists.
If you can, check-out other
buyer experiences on the same
To part-ex or not to part-ex? By
part-exchanging your house, the
house-builder agrees to buy it for
a set figure.
Often you want more than they
offer, hold fast, show examples of
similar houses and prices.
Haggle, haggle, haggle. Until
you’ve reserved, haggling is key
- will they include dishwasher,
bathroom upgrade, tiling,
carpets, stamp duty paid?
New-builds can be more energyefficient.
building controls mean
newer houses can be a lot
cheaper to heat.
Ask for an overlap. Ask to get
the keys to your new house a
few days before giving the keys
to your old home.
That way you can get the new
home ready and moved in, then
tidy up the old one before giving
the keys back.
Pay for upgrades or do it yourself?
Paying the house-builder to tile
the bathroom floor can be a good
move. New houses need to settle,
and cracks can happen.
Getting it laid for you means they
should replace them if they crack.
We would love to hear your stories and experiences with buying a new-build home.
Send you stories to share with readers to firstname.lastname@example.org
Every story starts somewhere...
where will your somewhere be?
With the endless possibilities and memories to
be made, begin your story with Bovis Homes.
Because a new story deserves
a new home to start it in!
We have a number of purchase assistance schemes
to help get you moving. Call for more information.
A stunning collection
2 to 5 bedroom homes
available in fantastic
to fi nd a location near you
or call 01242 329329
for more information
about our homes.
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