17th October 2016

Harrow Estates welcomes David King to the team

Harrow Estates plc is delighted to announce the appointment of David King as Senior...Read more
12th July 2016

First phase of Woodford Garden Village launched

Redrow founder and Chairman Steve Morgan has today launched the opening of the first...Read more
10th June 2016

Resolution to approve Sudbrook Paper Mill proposals

Detailed proposals for 212 homes on the former paper mill site in Sudbrook received...Read more

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