Browse news and stories about Vistry Group, the housebuilding company which includes Bovis Homes, Linden Homes and Countryside Homes. Vistry Thames Valley is the division responsible for building new homes at sites across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Hampshire.
Employees from Vistry Group climbed the height of the world’s highest mountain in Reading FC’s Select Car Leasing Stadium to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.
Staff from Vistry Group took on a tough – and muddy – challenge to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society – their chosen charity for the year.
Councillors have voted unanimously to reject Vistry’s planning application to build 170 houses on prime agricultural farmland between Hanwell Village and Banbury.
The housebuilder has teamed up with the country’s largest provider of new-build affordable homes to launch Home Stepper – a new shared ownership scheme – which includes five new homes at its Didcot Grove location in Didcot.
Keep Hanwell Village Rural Action Group has announced that it will be holding three public engagement events this month in response to Vistry Group’s planning application.
Vistry Group has submitted an outline planning application to Cherwell District Council for up to 170 new homes, 51 of which will be designated mixed-tenure affordable housing.
Concerns have been raised that another developer could be building another 170 houses in the last two agricultural fields that separate the village from the town.