PRLog - Feb. 18, 2013 - Peveril Homes has, this week, launched a campaign with wings, in a bid to encourage the birds of Belper to pay a flying visit to its development.
Marie Burrows is looking after the wildlife, at Beaurepaire at Alton Manor
The leading local housebuilder is keen to look after the wildlife surrounding its sites and has fitted bird-feeders on the trees of its Beaurepaire at Alton Manor development.
Angela Thomas, marketing manager for Peveril Homes, comments: “We recognise that the winter can be a challenging time for our feathered friends, especially when the ground is frozen and the availability of food becomes even more difficult.
“We hope that, by installing feeders, we are going some way towards helping local bird populations to survive, through what has been one of the coldest winters for 100 years, and setting a good example to our residents, who we hope will follow suit and make this an even more popular activity.”
Beaurepaire is situated off Nailers Way, in Belper, and offers buyers a selection of attractive and affordable three- and four-bedroom detached and semi-detached homes which start from as little as £167,950; with a 100-per-cent part exchange available, now couldn’t be a better time to buy.
The development is ideally located to access the county’s capital city, Derby. For travelling further afield, the nearby A6 and A38 offer convenient links to the UK’s road network, while Derby boasts a mainline railway station, with direct routes to London St Pancras International.
To find out more about the properties available at Beaurepaire at Alton Manor, visit the development 11am–5pm, Thursday–Monday: