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Helping a client with a double 21st celebration

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Band Hatton Button has helped a client with a double 21st celebration.

Grace Homes, a house builder based in Corby, has started work on a new development of 21 homes at Welland Fields in Lubenham, near Market Harborough, and seven homes at Langdale in Thorpe Langton – just as it celebrated its 21st anniversary.

The homes at Welland Fields are mixture of three, four and five bed homes, whilst Langdale reflects its rural heritage with individually designed two, three and four bedroom homes reminiscent of a traditional farmstead. Both sites are expected to be completed by 2019.

It is the latest development for the firm founded by Henry Barney and Steve Bateman – and the latest on which Band Hatton Button’s Ian Grindal has acted.

The company acts on all development matters for Grace Homes, which has created hundreds of homes in various locations since building its first property in 1997.

Band Hatton Button provided advice on land acquisition through to site set up and plot sales, with all of the related road, sewer and planning agreements required on new estates.

Ian said: “It is always really pleasing to act for a client on a long-term basis and see it growing and thriving. Grace Homes has always concentrated on the quality and design of their products and we have developed a really strong relationship over the years.”

For more information visit www.gracehomes.co.uk