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Hopkins Homes takes land and revitalises it for the local community. Our entrepreneurial spirit combined with our technical capabilities means we can take on sites that other developers shy away from.
We have the experience to see what a plot of land might become and the expertise to bring it to fruition. And over the last 30 years, that’s precisely what we’ve done with numerous greenfield and brownfield sites.
Many of these developments are in sensitive locations, such as conservation areas. We’re chosen to redevelop these sites because our track record proves we can be trusted to do things properly. Our developments feel part of the existing environment or, if the situation is right, we create impressive and eye-catching landmark communities. As always, our choice of materials and high construction standards turn any development we work on into a place people love to call home.
St George’s Park is one of our most transformative projects. An active chalk quarry almost until the day we bought the site, we filled the site with 60,000m³ of material before levelling it for construction.
226 new-build homes later, St George’s Park incorporates white-fronted terracing and extensive landscaping that echoes the former quarry.
With beautiful homes, a wildlife pond and a play area, St George’s Park exemplifies how industrial developments can be transformed into thriving communities. So much so, the development won gold at the WhatHouse? Awards for Best Regeneration Scheme. Not bad for a former quarry.
With Oliver’s Grove, we turned a long-derelict railway siding into an outstanding development of apartments, coach houses, traditional family homes and contemporary townhouses.
Debris build-up, ground contamination and tree preservation orders presented a few problems. However, bringing our experience, skill and strong relationship with the borough council to bear, we created a beautiful and welcoming community, winner of an NHBC Seal of Excellence Award.
Building on this success, we’re now developing Chitts Hill, a new community one mile from Oliver’s Grove. Launched in Spring 2021, Chitts Hill consists of two- to four-bedroom homes offering a range of styles and designs including bungalows and apartments in addition to traditional family homes.