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About Troy Homes

Troy Homes is a relatively new name to the UK housebuilding industry, having been founded in October 2015, though it is already establishing a reputation as a residential house builder building premium homes across the South East of England.

Based in Upshire, close to Waltham Abbey and Epping in north-west Essex, Troy Homes is working on a growing portfolio of sites across the Home Counties, combining some traditional exterior styling with the latest building standards, modern room layouts and high levels of interior specification.

Current developments and pipeline projects are in Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and north London as well as in Essex. To give as much support to house-hunters as it can, Troy Homes operates the government-backed Help to Buy scheme in addition to its own Part Exchange and Assisted Move initiatives.

The developer’s main aim is to “exceed customer expectations” in the projects it works on. The company’s main focus is on customer service, which it serves through expert design and a skilled team from the first design stages to post-sales client care with a “personal and friendly approach”, which it believes differentiates it from some of its larger competitors as much as the individuality of home and development designs.

The company is led by two well-known names, Adrian Bohr and Richard Werth, supported by Stewart Baseley and Nish Malde and a host of highly experienced staff across all disciplines. Experience with some of the best-known names in the British new homes business – Linden Homes, Crest Nicholson, Banner Homes and Inland Homes, among many others – has been brought together in this new business.

Sustainability is another prime consideration for the company. It calls its approach ‘fabric first’, with reliable insulation and durability more important than more innovative (and less established) methods and materials in order to achieve well-performing and long-lasting homes.

“Banner built and sold high quality homes in the £500,000 to £3.5m range and Linden and Crest worked in the £250,000 to £1m range,” said Werth in 2016. “What we want to do is deliver quality, as with Banner, but towards the lower price end – £500,000 to £1.5m range.” Bohr added: “The volume housebuilder approach may be to have standard building techniques, putting in timber floor joists throughout for instance. We are looking to build in solid floors, a quality product.”

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