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Smartmoves – A Tried And Tested Formula

LONDON commuters have to juggle a lot of factors when making quality-of-life judgements about where to live - not least whether a cheaper house further down the line compensates for the hassle of a longer journey into town.

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Show Home Room By Room - Lime Tree Court, Ampthill

WhatHouse? takes a look at this chic boutique development from Storey Homes and finds out some of the style details room by room…

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Plowman Appointed To Focus On Residential Builds For Storey

Milton Keynes based Storey Homes has appointed Mark Plowman as its new construction manager to oversee all its residential developments.

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Moving To The Home Counties – Why Now Is A Good Time To Move Out Of The Capital

Price rises may be slowing in the capital, but a look around in the Home Counties still shows much better value for money for house-hunters...

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Luxury Hotel-Style Interiors Await At Lime Tree Court

House buyers are moving away from the traditional ‘beige’ look for their walls and opting for a more ‘dramatic, hotel-inspired interior’ according to Killer5. The interior design company is behind the impressive, luxurious decoration of Storey Homes’ gated development, Lime Tree Court, in Ampthill.

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MAYOR OF AMPTHILL OFFICIALLY OPENS LIME TREE COURT

Storey Homes were delighted to welcome the Mayor of Ampthill and members of Ampthill Town Council recently to officially open the show home at their Lime Tree Court development.

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Storey homes offers variety and style at Lime Tree Court

When buying a new home, especially an off-plan purchase, it is important to make sure you know what you’re getting for your money. With this in mind, buyers will find inspiration at Lime Tree Court in Ampthill, where housing developer Storey Homes has created a beautiful show home that demonstrates the flexible of the homes available to inspire potential purchasers.

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In charge of all she surveys – Katy Jordan's property storey

Historically, board rooms and building sites are not known for being particularly female friendly. According to the Office of National Statistics, women make up only 11% of the construction workforce. But with an increasing number of construction companies supporting women in the industry a small cultural revolution is beginning.

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“I would definitely buy with Storey Homes again, it was nerve-wracking buying my first property but they kept me so well informed, my apartment is a really high standard and has a gorgeous kitchen.”
ILM
"A new build home was perfect for me, I just had to work on the finishing touches to make it feel like mine and, everything absolutely everything else was done for me.”
ILM
'We planned a move in date with Storey Homes and they stuck to it, making sure everything was ready for move-in day. They were very professional’
DB