Margot James, Conservative Party Candidate for Stourbridge, has supported Kendrick Homes Limited in the launch of their new showhome at their prestigious new development in Stourbridge called The Oriel.

The development has been built on a 2.5-acre site previously owned by Midlands’s newspaper magnate Eric Moody.

Located at Whittington Road in Norton the brand new and exclusive development of just 14 four and five bedroom homes has five different house types to choose from.

Norton has an excellent range of local amenities with Stourbridge town centre just a short distance away, with several primary schools within close proximity, all with excellent reviews and good Ofsted rating, together with a mix of traditional and non traditional secondary schools within Stourbridge, as well as two colleges.

Mary Stevens Park is within walking distance and offers a wide range of sports including tennis, bowls and basketball, whilst Stourbridge Rugby Club and Hagley Golf and Country Club are just a short distance away.

Margot James, Conservative Party Candidate for Stourbridge, commented, “I am delighted to be able to be involved with the launch of Kendrick’s new development, particularly given the history of the previous land ownership.

“They have successfully tailored their high specification and individually designed homes to compliment the highly respected and well thought of location, and have also embraced the Government ‘Help to Buy’ scheme, where over the last 12 months it has facilitated the purchase of 32 Kendrick new homes ranging from £99,000 to £575,000. 

‘I am also thrilled to be able to support a local company that is celebrating their 135 year anniversary during 2015.”

James Rennison, managing director at Kendrick Homes Limited commented, “The ‘Help to Buy’ scheme has definitely contributed positively to remedying the inertia in the local housing market, and has given buyers the opportunity to purchase a modern and energy efficient new home.

“Over the years our company has completed many prestigious projects including housing and industrial, hospitals, schools and municipal buildings.

“Today we are fortunate enough to have fourth and fifth generations of the first William Kendrick that continue to guide our company, and I am delighted to see that our founder's principles of quality craftsmanship continue to be demonstrated in the work of Kendrick Homes today.”

More information about the development can be obtained from Judy Loveridge, Sales Negotiator on 07817 670 359 or by visiting www.kendrickhomes.co.uk  The Oriel Sales Centre will be open between 11:00 and 17:00 Thursday to Monday.