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Bury St Edmunds mayor given 'hard hat' tour of 36-home scheme at Marham Park

PUBLISHED: 10:44 01 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:44 01 May 2018

From left, Robert Holbrook, managing director at David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties with Cllr Terry Clements, Mayor of St Edmundsbury looking at plans for  All Saints Quarter at Marham Park. Picture: DAVID PETERS

From left, Robert Holbrook, managing director at David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties with Cllr Terry Clements, Mayor of St Edmundsbury looking at plans for All Saints Quarter at Marham Park. Picture: DAVID PETERS

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The town mayor was given a 'hard hat' tour of a new housing development taking shape in Bury St Edmunds.

From left, Robert Holbrook, managing director at David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties with Cllr Terry Clements, Mayor of St Edmundsbury looking at plans for  All Saints Quarter at Marham Park. Picture: DAVID PETERS
From left, Robert Holbrook, managing director at David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties with Cllr Terry Clements, Mayor of St Edmundsbury looking at plans for All Saints Quarter at Marham Park. Picture: DAVID PETERS

David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties boss Robert Holbrook welcomed councillor Terry Clements to All Saints Quarter at Marham Park.

The 36-home scheme on Northern Way is in its first phase of development.

“We were delighted to welcome the Mayor and Mayoress onto the site and show them around Willow Grove so far ahead of our first residents moving in. It was great to show them the plan for All Saints Quarter when it is completed and discuss our commitment to Bury St Edmunds,” said Mr Holbrook.

Mr Clements said the development was delivering “much needed” housing to the area.

“We know that people that grew up in this part of West Suffolk want to carry on living in the area because it is such a great place to live,” he said.

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