Hills Homes held a topping out ceremony at their High Penn Park development in Calne.

The ceremony, which involved placing the final roof trusses on the last home, was held to mark the final stages of the build, with only a handful of homes now remaining for sale at the site.

The attractive family-friendly development, nestled on the edge of the historic market town, boasts 200 traditional character homes designed to reflect the local architecture.

The homes are constructed from a mix of brick, stone and render under tiled roofs, offering buyers a low-energy, sustainable living space.

Nick King, Group Director Hills Homes, said: “High Penn Park has been delivered in three phases over six years and is one of our most popular developments. Its success is a testament to the high-quality construction and expert craftsmanship synonymous with our brand.”

He continued, “I am pleased to see the site coming to fruition and was delighted to welcome key members of our site team along with surveyors and managers from Wiltshire Council Building Control to the topping out ceremony.”

Pictured (left to right): Michael Kord - Site Manager, Mark Tinson – Divisional Director, Sean Seager - Building Control Area Manager, Rob Hands - Building Control Area Manager, Darren Cawkwell – Quality Control Manager, Nick King – Group Director, Jan Pearce – Senior Site Manager, David Webber – Assistant Site Manager, John Fuggle - Building Control Surveyor, Peter Crudge - Building Control Surveyor.

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