New housing development in Chippenham proving popular with local buyers

A new housing development in Chippenham has received a warm welcome from local buyers, with developer, Bloor Homes reporting that 30% of the site has been sold in just the first three months.

Hilltop Park, which is located on the southern outskirts of Chippenham, is a new development by five-star rated housebuilder, Bloor Homes. With its landscaped hilltop parkland, allotments and play area, Hilltop Park is a delightful new garden community featuring a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes.

Sara Parker, Regional Sales Director for Bloor Homes South West, said: “We are delighted with the warm reception we have been seeing for Bloor Homes at Hilltop Park and are really happy with the amount of properties that have been sold in the first three months.

“There is a wide variety of house types and sizes available, meaning there really is something for everyone, from singles and couples, to families and downsizers.

 “House hunters have been able to see for themselves and explore in more detail what the homes have to offer. Buyers who have reserved here in the early stages of construction have been able to personalise their new kitchens, bathrooms and en suites.”

The homes have been thoughtfully designed to complement the area, with spacious open-plan layouts and high specification finishes throughout delivering the very best in modern living.

The development has also brought new commercial and employment facilities to this area of Chippenham. As part of its work on the site, the developer has enhanced footpaths and cycleways.

Sara continues: “Chippenham is a fascinating and bustling town with an excellent variety of local and high-street shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as everyday services. The development is ideally located on the southern outskirts of the town, with excellent amenities close by. There is a good range of primary and secondary schools close at hand, making this a great location for families.

“The development features large green open spaces for the community to enjoy, including beautiful hilltop landscaped parkland, allotments and play areas. Staying true to its agricultural roots, the street names all take their inspiration from agricultural terms, such as Haystack Avenue.

 “The development is also within easy reach of the M4 corridor, making it attractive for commuters travelling to Bath, Bristol and Swindon.”

A superb range of two, three and four -bedroom homes are currently available at Bloor Homes at Hilltop Park, starting from £229,950. The homes are available to purchase with Help to Buy.

Sara said: “We know that for many people, saving sufficient funds for a deposit can be the stumbling block to taking that first step onto or moving up the property ladder. Help to Buy can offer an attractive solution and until 2021 is available for existing homeowners as well as first time buyers, so we would encourage any existing homeowners keen to upsize to take advantage of the scheme on their next home purchase whilst they still can.

“Help to Buy enables buyers to secure a new home with just a five percent deposit and a 75 percent mortgage. The remaining 20 percent is provided as a Government equity loan, which is interest free for the first five years. The scheme is currently available on homes up to the value of £600,000.

For more information about Bloor Homes at Hilltop Park call the sales office on 01249 848836.



  • In 2019 Bloor Homes is celebrating its 50th anniversary year
  • Bloor Homes was proud to receive five-star builder status in the Home Builders Federation’s (HBF) 2018 customer satisfaction survey
  • Established in 1969, the Bloor Group is now one of the largest privately-owned housing groups in the UK
  • Bloor Homes is based in Measham, Leicestershire, and has seven regional offices across the country
  • Bloor Homes currently has over 60 developments from Lancashire to Devon and the South East
  • In its five decades of development, Bloor Homes has created hundreds of communities, building not just houses, but schools, transport infrastructure and green spaces that will be enjoyed for generations to come