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MP Visits Hull Scheme And Award-Winning Site Manager

Posted 3 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

Emma Hardy MP visited David Wilson Homes’ Hesslewood Park and met Pride in the Job Quality Award winner Paul Dearnley...

David Wilson Homes has welcomed Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle MP, Emma Hardy, to its Hessle development after its site manager landed a coveted industry award.

Emma Hardy MP was given a tour of the 198-home Hesslewood Park development off Jenny Brough Lane by site manager, Paul Dearnley following his National House Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Award win for his vital role in maximising the quality and consistency of the site’s new homes.

Accompanied by the housebuilder's managing director, Daniel Smith, Paul gave Ms Hardy the opportunity to take a closer look at the development’s show homes, which have been designed and built to balance a traditional aesthetic with modern, flexible living spaces.

David Wilson Homes’ Hesslewood Park offers a collection of three- and four bedroom homes, available to purchase from just £270,000. Plot 268 is the site’s current Home of the Month. This four-bedroom ‘Millford’ house type is priced at £335,000 and comes with a kitchen upgrade worth £4,000 and Stamp Duty paid, worth £6,750. Buyers with a home to sell can also ask about the Part Exchange Xtra scheme.

‘Millford’‘Millford’ house type

During the development tour, the local MP expressed a keen interest in the housebuilder's partnership with the RSPB, which has seen a number of features introduced to allow local wildlife to thrive across the development. One of these features, the inclusion of hedgehog highways, enables hedgehogs to move easily between gardens through a small gap built into garden fences, walls and hedges.

Emma Hardy, Member of Parliament for Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle, said: “It was a real privilege to be given such an in-depth tour of Hesslewood Park, which has brought some much needed high-quality new homes to Hessle. The houses I saw on my visit are of an exceptional build standard and just as important is the work taking place to ensure local wildlife can also flourish within the community. Paul and his team deserve great credit for their attention to detail and their commitment to ensuring Hessle has a growing community to be proud of.”

Daniel Smith, managing director at Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, added: “We were honoured to welcome Ms Hardy to Hesslewood Park. Paul and his team take a great deal of pride in their work on a daily basis, and it was great to be able to highlight many of the standout features of the development which will benefit local wildlife and residents alike.”

Find out more about Hesslewood Park from David Wilson Homes.


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