Manchester-based Hollins Homes is celebrating its 100th completion, following continued business growth and increased demand for homes due to the stamp duty holiday.
Since its inception in 2015, Hollins Homes has delivered 100 homes across three developments in Lancashire and Shropshire.
Its Whitchurch development – The Orchards – in Shropshire marks the milestone and was the final home to sell on the five-home scheme.
The company, along with its development arm Hollins Strategic Land, works closely with chartered landscape architect and environmental planner Influence, and credits the firm for enabling its success with its specialist expertise.
With the housebuilder now active on three additional sites across the country, and further schemes in the pipeline for 2021 and beyond, it is planning to expand its site teams with at least two new hires per site going forward.
Based on King Street in Manchester, Hollins Homes has an active pipeline of schemes and delivery targets of 55 homes delivered by April 2021, 100 by April 2022 and 150 by April 2023.
Managing director Mark Chadwick, comments: “Reaching this milestone is a real joy and testament to the whole team’s dedication to crafting quality homes, that are centred around our customers and the surrounding environment.”
“Following many years in development, when I started Hollins Homes just five years ago, it was very much based on a desire to create homes that buyers were proud of, and our focus on personalisation of properties to the customer and carefully creating welcoming new communities is what has enabled the company to thrive. The team and I are proud of what we have achieved and to hand over our 100th home to a happy customer was wonderful.”
Hollins Homes has seen numbers rise due to the desire to move during the current stamp duty holiday.
The company now has active developments in Shropshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Lancashire and is continuing to assess new modern methods of construction to deliver homes more efficiently and sustainably.
Sara Boland, managing director of Influence, adds: “Hollins Homes has quickly become a leader in creating sought-after homes and what it has achieved in five years is impressive.”
“Our work complements that of Hollins Homes and enables it to deliver good levels of public open space, new wildlife corridors and good connectivity that enhances the communities they create. We are pleased to be on this journey with Hollins Homes and to be working together on projects for years to come.”
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