Anwyl Reopening Welsh Sales Offices And Show Homes 

Posted 25 June 2020 by Keith Osborne

Anwyl Homes will be reopening sales offices and show homes across North Wales from Saturday 27 June...

In line with Welsh government regulations, Anwyl Homes will start welcoming house-hunters to its sales offices and show homes across North Wales from Saturday 27 June, under strict social distancing and health & safety guidelines.

The housebuilder has carefully followed government guidance in relation to all aspects of the recent pandemic and is reopening its sites to customers for visits by appointment only. Under new regulations, a limited number of visitors will allowed on site and in the show homes at any one time.

New build developments are currently underway at four locations across North Wales; Croes Atti in Oakenholt, Maes-y-Rhedyn in Llay, Parc Tirionfa in Rhuddlan and Tyddyn Bach at Llaingoch.

Croes AttiCroes Atti in Oakenholt, Flintshire

Managing director of Anwyl Homes in Cheshire and North Wales, Phil Dolan, commented: “We are thrilled to be reopening the sales offices and show homes at all of our developments in North Wales. Renowned for delivering thoughtful homes, we have carefully considered our approach to reopening sites and have introduced comprehensive procedures to protect both our staff and potential purchasers.

“Throughout lockdown we have been encouraged by the high level of enquiries we received online, with many progressing to the reservation stage. The success of virtual consultations and viewings has been superb however it is time to get back to our developments, welcoming customers and new homebuyers in person which we will be doing on an appointment-only basis.”

The sales offices and show homes at Anwyl’s developments across England opened four weeks ago.

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