The new Princes Chase development in Leatherhead has been launched by Managing Director of Berkeley Homes Southern (East), Jeremy Chapman.
The official launch of Berkeley Homes’ collection of new homes at Princes Chase in Leatherhead, Surrey has recently occurred. Managing Director of Berkeley Homes Southern (East), Jeremy Chapman, was joined by a host of guests including Vice Chairman of the Mole Valley District Council, Cllr Mary Huggins and Karen Deacon, Chief Executive of Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF), to celebrate the launch.
The collection of new homes is located in a private woodland setting and includes one- and two-bedroom apartments and two-, three- and four-bedroom houses. The new homes combine traditional façades with contemporary and versatile interiors.
Jeremy Chapman, Managing Director at Berkeley Homes (Southern) East, said: “Our vision for Princes Chase is to create a truly exceptional neighbourhood. A place with a sense of belonging, where residents will flourish and be able to enjoy a great quality of life as part of the Leatherhead’s vibrant community. Every care has been taken when planning this development and it has been sensitively designed to reflect the architectural character of the local area. The homes are set within attractive street scenes, surrounded by beautiful landscaping as well as having a natural play area for children and woodland paths for residents to enjoy.
Karen Deacon, Chief Executive at disability charity Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People, said, “Berkeley Homes has been a strong supporter of QEF for many years and it has been a pleasure to work with them and see this lovely new development created. Proceeds from the land sale have made a significant contribution towards the development costs of our exciting new Care and Rehabilitation Centre. QEF is committed to providing expert services that enable people with acquired or life-long disabilities to maximize their independence and live the life they choose.”
Due to open in Spring 2020, the organisation’s new Care and Rehabilitation Centre will be a state-of-the-art facility and a centre of expertise for disabled people.