A couple who work for the NHS have found their dream home thanks to St Modwen Homes bespoke key worker incentive. NHS therapy radiographer, Vicki Bridges, and occupational therapist, Nicola Moss, said the support they have received has helped them feel appreciated after a tough year.
Our key workers are still leading the fight against Covid-19 and continually go above and beyond to keep us all safe. Therefore, St Modwen Homes wanted to show their gratitude by giving them bespoke offers on their new homes. Since they launched these offers in 2020, they’ve already helped a huge number of key workers to secure their dream home.
Nicola and Vicki decided the time was right to move out of their apartment in Bournville to somewhere more rural and found the perfect home near Lickey Hills Country Park.
Nicki & Vicki
Vicki said: “One of the main reasons Nicola and I initially considered moving to Cofton Grange was that it’s right around the corner from the stunning Lickey Hill Country Park.
“We visited three other sites in the area but St. Modwen Homes surpassed them all. Their homes are not only unique, but come with taller ceilings and larger windows, making them feel extra spacious.” Nicola added: “The three-bedroom Houghton house-type ticked every box. The open-plan living area is fantastic, while the utility room and downstairs toilet are both so handy.”
The couple were eligible for a bespoke deal, where they opted for free standard flooring and a contribution towards the stamp duty cost.
“It’s been such a difficult year for all of us, but this definitely made us feel appreciated by St. Modwen Homes,” said Vicki.
“As two full-time NHS workers that also run a small business on the side, our time outside of work is pretty limited. “This was one of the main reasons Nicola and I wanted a new-build property, as essentially everything is already done, apart from the interior design, which is perfect.”
Having viewed a number of properties, it was the contemporary style of properties at Cofton Grange that caught their eye. This scheme won Best Regeneration Initiative at the National Housebuilder Awards. Biodiversity was also a key consideration in their decision-making process. ” We also love that St. Modwen Homes promote biodiversity by offering special features in their homes, such as hedgehog highways – it’s lovely to see.”
Dave Smith, Managing Director at St. Modwen Homes, said: “We applaud the fantastic work key workers have done throughout these difficult times and our bespoke incentive is our small way of saying a huge thank-you. Everyone has their own preference, so that’s why our special incentive is completely tailorable.
“We would urge any key workers who are looking to make their dream move to get in touch and find out how we can help.”
How the key worker scheme works:
Each key worker offer is tailor-made to suit the individual preferences of our customers, making it extremely versatile. Key workers can choose a contribution towards home enhancements, such as flooring and kitchen upgrades or support with legal fees and moving costs.
Once you’ve decided on the location and development, simply speak to one of our sales consultants who will work with you to create the right deal.
Who is eligible?
Anyone who is considered to work in critical or essential industries could qualify.
This includes the NHS, health and social care, transport, government, public safety, utilities, education and childcare, public services, supermarkets and other necessary goods.
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