For 2015. There are 14 entries
This exclusive development will comprise of six four bedroom detached properties anticipated for completion in the second half of 2015. If you would like more information on the development or to register your interest with Tesni, please get in touch or find out more information on the Homes page.
Tesni Chairman Gerry Jewson receives a signed shirt from the Rugby Gogledd Cymru Under 16’s as a thank you for sponsoring the team’s very successful trip to the Colorno Tournament in Italy which saw North Wales’ top young rugby talent crowned champions ahead of stiff competition from the home nation, South Africa and England.Read more »
Linden House is now producing its own electricity, thanks to the new solar panels that have been placed on the south facing roof. This was set up to improve the sustainability credentials of the building but also to reaffirm our commitment as a group to green energy.
This year the 300 seater venue of Y Tabernacl in Machynlleth, housed in the Museum of Modern Art Wales, has been sponsored by Tesni Homes. It will be the home for a variety of acts and events throughout the three days including: Josie Long, Mark Watson, Tony Law and David Doherty as well as the annual art class in Portrait Drawing.
Here at Tesni we are looking forward to the event and a successful few days for the festival and the town!
We have just received full planning for the development of our two high specification eco homes in Tibberton Shropshire. Floor to ceiling windows take full advantage of this rural location, providing the dwellings with fantastic surrounding views over the neighbouring fields and down to the River Meese.Read more »
Zoe recently won our competition held at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival last month. She has won a luxurious hamper and a hand made bird box.Read more »
Tesni Homes is pleased to announce that our appeal against the refusal by Cheshire East Council of 35 houses on Clay Lane in Haslington, has been successful. The Planning Inspectorate has approved the scheme based on the supply of housing land in the borough not being up to date and concluding the proposal as representing a sustainable development.
Tesni Homes wishes to provide a diverse portfolio of new homes to it’s customers. To achieve this aim we are excited to announce our first city project at 35 Bridgewater Street, Liverpool. We hope No35 will provide 26 one, two and three bed apartments at the heart of the Baltic Triangle, with stunning views over the city and the River Mersey. Further details will be released soon.
A recent article by Lauren Thompson at Thisismoney.co.uk highlights the need and reasons for why such energy efficiency measures can be so valuable to your home and potentially add more than £16,000 to your property; proving they are a great investment as well as helping to provide a comfortable home. Follow the link below for further information.Read more »
Tesni are delighted to announce that our residential site on Broughton Road, Crewe has been approved through an appeal. The site includes the erection of 124 dwellings including 38 affordable units, associated highways and open amenity space.
The appeal was allowed, with the inspector coming to the conclusion that the site produced “limited erosion of the intrinsic character and beauty of the countryside.” It was also recognised that the “serious shortfall in housing land supply” was a major factor.
Tesni are happy to announce that they have chosen Williams Homes (Bala) Limited as their contractors for the development of six high specification homes on Morda Road in Oswestry.
Williams Homes (Bala) Ltd will be managing the construction and all on-site activity. They have been chosen due to their expertise and experience with this type of development and their excellent reputation within the building industry.
Tesni are happy to announce that the appeal for our site in Trefriw has been allowed and planning permission for 8 dwellings adjacent to Bryn Derw on Crafnant Road has been granted.
The inspectorate decided in favour of the development for various reasons, including: the land is an allocated housing site in the Eryri Local Development Plan, being inside the settlement boundary and within the estimated capacity for the site.