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Thank you from Linton Heights Junior School

We were delighted to receive a thank you card from the children at Linton Heights Junior School. Head Teacher, James Puxley commented the following: ‘The pupils and staff of Linton Heights Junior School are very grateful to Chase New Homes for their enormous generosity with resources from the former Walden School. In a time of severe educational cut […]

Police Dog training at Former Walden School

Chase New Homes were approached by the City of London Police Dog Section earlier in the year to discuss using the Former Walden School site for training. We are delighted to have been able to assist the Police over the last couple of months. Simon Ashton from the City of London Police has kindly put together some information about […]

Former Walden School books and equipment donated to local schools

Chase New Homes recently invited over 25 schools from Saffron Walden and surrounding areas to attend the Former Walden School to view the remaining books and equipment available for donation. Around 14 of the schools contacted attended, including St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, St Marys Church Pre School, St Marys Church C of E Primary School, Thaxted […]

High point for Forster Oaks

Chase New Homes welcomed Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing and Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland to Forster Oaks for a ‘topping out’ ceremony for Copeland House. Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing were excited to see the progress on site and look forward to be able to offer affordable housing to the Stevenage community.    

Progress to Moxham House at Forster Oaks

Moxham House at our Forster Oaks Development in Stevenage is progressing well. The building comprises 40 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments over four floors and will be handed over to Metropolitan in January 2019.

Macmillan Coffee Morning at Chase New Homes

On 28th September 2018, Chase New Homes took part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support. Thank you to all members of staff who took part on the day, raising an incredible £400!