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Witney MP Robert Courts officially opened Blenheim Estate Homes’ landmark Park View development in Oxfordshire on Thursday, 23rd January.

Overlooking Blenheim, in the Oxfordshire town of Woodstock this site is the first undertaken by Blenheim Estate Homes to incorporate its legacy principles – recognising that long term landowners have a social, economic and moral responsibility to deliver developments of which its local community can be proud.

Minoli are pound to be a  long standing supply partner to Blenheim.  Working closely with design and construction Minoli supply porcelain and ceramic tile to the house building, development and estates departments of Blenheim.

Robert Courts MP Witney

Mr Courts was joined by at the opening ceremony by  local dignitaries.

“Park View is a great example of how historic landowners like Blenheim can help to address the urgent need for new, high-quality and inclusive housing. Blenheim Estate Home’s commitment to building sensitively and creating developments which are genuinely part of their surrounding communities is a great example for others to follow and I was delighted to have the chance to officially open Park View,”

“Blenheim’s solution to the problem posed by unaffordable housing through its unique partnership with West Oxfordshire District Council could be the template for many other authorities and landowners to follow and I welcome the introduction of much more affordable housing to this area.  The market needs this kind of change and I encourage it.” 

Graham Flint, Managing Director Pye, Robert Courts MP Witney, Dominic Hare CEO Blenheim

The initial build phase at Park View, consists of 46 one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as two, three, four and five-bedroom homes for sale.

Later phases, which will see homes available from Autumn 2020 will feature affordable homes in partnership with West Oxfordshire District Council, as well as shared ownership and lettings.

Park View sets new standards with designs that integrate with the surrounding communities and blend with the wider world, incorporating sustainable building, sourcing and initiatives that both protect and enhance the local environment with the aim of ensuring the quality of life for future generations.

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