Who Are We?
Blakeney Estates (incorporating Blakeney Homes) is a privately owned property development company based in Silsoe, Bedfordshire. Specialising in the residential market, Blakeney have been constructing new homes for over twenty years. We have forged an excellent reputation for outstanding design and high quality build throughout our exclusive developments.
Our developments range from starter homes to luxury detached properties, you can be sure that all will be in line with our very high standards. Blakeney control every stage of the planning, design and construction process, using both traditional methods & new technology to produce comfortable and desirable homes.
Our diverse business model is evident to see from our ever-growing strategic land work. A key activity is the identification, acquisition and promotion of land, working with land owners every step of the way from planning through to disposal. We work in tandem with landowners in order to enable them to realise the maximum development value from their land holdings.
Using our wealth of knowledge and resources, we work with other professional consultants to gain planning permission for development, all at our own cost and risk.
Our gain is a small share of the sites final sales value.
All of our new development projects are sold with a 10 year structural warranty against building defects and any latent defects in design, workmanship, material or components.
This means all of our purchasers can rest assured that our properties have been built and are maintained to the highest standards.
Our main warranty providers are Build Zone Insurance and NHBC.
Help To Buy Scheme
The popular Government-funded Help to Buy Equity Loan is available until 2021, allowing buyers to purchase a new home with just a 5% deposit.
Help to Buy makes new build homes available to all home buyers (not just first time buyers) who wish to buy a new home, but may be constrained in doing so – for example as a result of deposit requirements – but who could otherwise be expected to sustain a mortgage.