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St Helens Lance Hohaia helps kick off new homes for Barratt Homes
10:00am Saturday 21st July 2012 in News
SAINTS ace Lance Hohaia joined Mayor of St Helens, Councillor Geoff Almond, to celebrate the ‘kick off’ of more new homes in St Helens.
Barratt Homes had invited the mayor and Lance to join pupils from Eaves Primary School for the launch of Delph Wood in Sutton.
The youngsters had taken part in a competition to design a series of pictures, which are on permanent display in the sales office.
Young players from Blackbrook Rugby Club also attended, and were delighted to meet Lance, who said: “It is great to see such a large turnout. Barratt has done a great job of involving the community in the work it’s doing here, which is evident when you see how many people have come along.”
Cllr Almond, who cut the ribbon to formally open the development, said: “The area needed an injection of new housing stock, and Barratt’s development at Delph Wood greatly improves opportunities for St Helens residents to own their own quality homes.”
The development on Ridgewood Drive features a range of two, three and four bedroom homes throughout, all created, says Barratt, with homebuyers in mind, using extensive market research and customer feedback to ensure the best shapes, sizes and features are included in every home.