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Success for Fernham Homes at The Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2021

We are extremely proud to announce that Fernham Homes have been awarded a highly commended in the “Best Family Home” category for our Hillside Park development in Linton Hill, Maidstone at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2021 which took place on Friday 17th September at The Dorchester Hotel in London.

The award was received by Paul Rosbrook, Operations Director and Chris Loughead, Development Director at Fernham Homes.

Paul Rosbrook has said:

“We are delighted to have received this award for our Hillside Park development. Our aim was to create homes that were really special and fit seamlessly into the local village environment by sourcing local materials. It’s an honour to have been recognised for the work that goes into our developments and we are committed to continue to produce houses which are built to a very high specification and quality.”

The prestigious Evening Standard New Homes Awards, now in its 30th year, celebrates companies who strive to improve standards in all areas of the housebuilding industry and recognises outstanding achievements in all property sectors, from starter homes to million-pound conversions

Fernham Homes provides stylish new build homes in Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Greater London, each one built to the highest quality. Founded in 1997 by Ian Fern and Michael Canham and later joined by David Masters, the company has been building homes throughout Kent for over 20 years.

Properties currently available at Hillside Park start from £890,000 including four and five bedroom detached homes with double and triple garages.

To book a viewing at our Hillside Park development please contact our Sales Advisor on 01622 230362/ Hillside.park@fernham-homes.co.uk – Sales offices open Thursday – Monday 10am-4pm

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Tonbridge Angels Partners Fernham Homes in 2-year Sponsorship Deal

Tonbridge Angels FC and Fernham Homes have today announced an exciting new two-year partnership, which includes a significant five-figure sponsorship agreement and united two well-known and thriving organisations based in the West Kent town.

As well as the eye-catching Fernham Homes logo featuring prominently on both Angels’ home and away shirts, the new sponsor will be entertaining clients and hosting meetings at the football club’s hospitality complex, in addition to advertising across the club’s various communications channels.

For more than 20 years, Fernham Homes has been building exceptional properties across Kent, and takes great pride in creating high quality homes that exceed expectations.

Angels’ supporters will of course be able to purchase 1st team replica shirts featuring the Fernham Homes logo, thereby increasing exposure around the local area, and further afield, with online orders available from through the Angels online ticketing portal.

Tonbridge Angels Chaie, Dave Netherstreet said today:.

“We are delighted to announce this partnership that brings together a community-based football club and a local company based in Tonbridge that employs a number of local people; it is a perfect synergy.”

Paul Rosbrook, Director at Fernham Homes, responded:

“We are excited to partner with Tonbridge Angels – being based in Tonbridge it is a great opportunity for us to get more involved in the community.”

Hollingbourne Developer Awarded Seal of Excellence Award

Senior Project Manager Simon Bettridge (35) of Fernham Homes has been chosen to receive the coveted Pride in the Job Seal of Excellence Award, following on from his earlier Quality Awards win this summer, by the National House Building Council (NHBC). Simon has been acknowledged for his work at the Tonbridge-based housebuilder’s Ellesmere development in Hollingbourne.

The Pride in the Job Quality Awards only recognises sites which are run to the highest possible standards and are consistently delivering new homes of outstanding quality. Of those selected by the judges, only the very best will go on to receive a Seal of Excellence Award. This shows the commitment of Simon, as well as AB Canham (Fernham Homes’ sister company) who are the builders of these award-winning homes, to excellence in construction and making customer satisfaction a top priority.

Simon, who lives locally in Chatham, comments:

“It is an honour to be recognised for the work that we put in to make sure the homes at Ellesmere are of excellent quality. I’d like to thank the whole team that work tirelessly, we are very proud of the homes we deliver.”

This year, there were around 11,000 applicants and just 450 individuals were selected to receive Pride in the Job Quality Awards of which two came from AB Canham, demonstrating the housebuilder’s dedication to providing high-quality homes to local communities. Of these 450, just 14 Site Managers from the South East were awarded a Seal of Excellence.

Paul Rosbrook, Operations Director for Fernham Homes, added:

“For Simon to have not only won a Quality Award, but to go on to be selected for a Seal of Excellence Award is a real achievement, and shows just how hard our construction teams work to produce the very best homes for our customers. We are extremely proud and would like to congratulate Simon and his team at Ellesmere for their hard work.”

Founded in 1997 by Ian Fern and Michael Canham and later joined by David Masters, the company has been building homes throughout Kent for over 20 years. Fernham Homes is now marketing a range of distinctive developments in locations including Boughton Monchelsea, Hollingbourne, Greenhithe and Westerham, and has also recently launched an innovative bespoke homes scheme in Linton Hill, near Maidstone. The housebuilder hopes to achieve its ambitious growth plans and bring new sites into the business, across its Kent heartland, as well as in East Sussex and Greater London. This month, Fernham has also exchanged on a new site which will offer 45 new homes, including 18 affordable homes, in the village of Matfield, near Royal Tunbridge Wells.

It’s time to welcome you back

Fernham Homes is delighted to reopen the doors to some of its marketing suites and show homes as of 14th May 2020 – please visit each development page for details. We have introduced stringent social distancing and hygiene measures at all of our developments across Kent, taking the advice of the Government and the house building industry to create a safe environment for all.

We know many of you are placing greater emphasis on outdoor space in light of recent events, so we invite you to visit our current sites to appreciate the settings we have chosen for our new homes. Rest assured, you can reserve any Fernham-built property knowing it is complete with a private garden and will be within easy reach of some of Kent’s finest countryside. Enjoy Empire Park’s hidden valley location, surround yourself with the North Downs at Hollingbourne and Downsview or live among a patchwork of pretty fields at Boughton Park, to name a few. The choice is yours.

Fernham Homes handed a Gold Award

We are delighted to share some good news with our colleagues & customers. Fernham Homes has achieved the 2020 Gold Award in the Home Builders Federation’s customer satisfaction survey.

Lewis Catt, purchaser of a Fernham Home had this to say about the award.

“I am actually the proud owner of a Fernham Homes property and this recognition is totally deserved. Made the process of buying my first home incredibly simple and stress free. The customer care team are always quick to respond to any queries I may have. Well done to everyone at Fernham.”

Kentish Housebuilder Bags Bronze at Industry’s Most Prestigious Event

Fernham Homes has been awarded bronze in the coveted category of Best Small Housebuilder at the prestigious WhatHouse? Awards 2019. Presented this year by Britain’s most famous astronaut, Tim Peake; and comedian and television presenter, Dara O’Briain, the WhatHouse? Awards are widely considered the housebuilding industry’s most prestigious event.

The award, received by director Michael Canham alongside additional members of the Fernham team, marks the end of a successful year, which has seen the launch of an innovative bespoke homes scheme and the launch of four new sites, including Lockesley Chase in Orpington.

Judges praised the housebuilder for quality specifications throughout its developments, alongside the thoughtfulness of design: “It is clear the directors set the mood and the standard, passionate about product and specification, but also about developing their employees and building a respected brand in the south-east, with Fernham’s distinctive pink livery.”

“Its designs, although varied and bold, pay due respect to the local vernacular such as Wealden-style timber weatherboarding. Its homes range from one-bedroom apartments to five-bedroom houses, with attractive street scenes creating a strong sense of place.”

Michael Canham, Director of Fernham Homes comments: “Receiving bronze for Best Small Housebuilder at one of the most prominent awards in the new homes industry is a real privilege and we are delighted to have been chosen by the expert panel. Creating quality homes which sympathetically designed to fit in with local architecture is of pivotal importance to us, and we are incredibly proud to be recognised for our successes.”

Fernham Homes provides stylish new build homes in Kent, each one built to the highest quality. Founded in 1997 by Ian Fern and Michael Canham and later joined by David Masters, the company has been building homes throughout Kent for over 20 years, after securing an initial site in Paddock Wood for five houses.

Each development is spacious and well-laid out, and every home is designed to be energy-efficient. Fitted with designer appliances, and featuring impressive interiors, including kitchens with fully integrated Bosch goods, the housebuilder strives to make each home individual and unique. Part Exchange, Assisted Move and the government-backed scheme Help to Buy are available on eligible properties, and each Fernham home comes with a 10-year NHBC warranty.