Darcliffe Homes has teamed up with Thames Tap and will be a key partner in our New Homes section.

We have now created the new page and will be populating it over the next few weeks with news and – very soon – expert views. The housebuilder will be part of a team of experts we will create from a range of disciplines in the housebuilding industry.

We asked Darcliffe to offer some thoughts on the new relationship.

Darcliffe told us: “Darcliffe Homes are delighted to have joined the Thames Tap and be a part of their newly formed New Homes section at UK Property Forums.

“Darcliffe Homes are a privately owned, new homes development company who pride themselves on offering a high specification as standard through traditional construction methods.

“In a fast-changing world (especially the property world) we are keen to discuss and learn about new leading industry methods as well as discuss challenges we all face. Obviously, sustainability and biodiversity are two areas in which we all need to learn about – and quickly – and we hope that our membership will provide insightful conversations on how the local property industry are going to tackle this and what it all actually means!

“As we all know, relationships are key to a successful property business so we see our membership as an opportunity to form close working relationships with many different types of firms involved in property locally.

“We hope to be able to learn from our peers and feel that we also will be able to offer some food for thought for the rest of the panel and engage in debates that can help us all improve.

“Darcliffe Homes are keen to continue on recent successful schemes in Tilehurst, Reading and are looking to promote the brand with a view to being put forward to bid on other schemes within a 50-mile radius of Reading.

“Darcliffe Homes is the residential division of Country Estates Holding Group the group also have extensive commercial property interests in the South.”

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