Praise for developer as housing minister visits

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HOUSING minister Gavin Barwell praised a developer’s project as he visited the region to see new homes developments.

The minister visited One Eight Zero, the David Wilson Homes development in Bedhampton, accompanied by Havant MP Alan Mak, where he met apprentices and some of the first residents to move in.

David Wilson Homes managing director Tim Hill said it was a great opportunity to demonstrate how the firm is playing an active role in creating new homes in the region, boosting employment and contributing to the local economy.

‘We always welcome the opportunity to showcase our five-star quality and One Eight Zero is a great example of how David Wilson Homes is building some of the finest homes in the area,’ said Tim.

‘The housing minister’s visit to the development reinforces the importance of housebuilding to Hampshire’s economy.’

Mr Barwell said: ‘My job is to get this country building more homes. It’s fantastic to see that David Wilson Homes is providing high quality homes that are desperately needed.’