Partnerships South West have donated hi-vis vests for every child at St Peter’s School in Williton, to help keep the children safe in a busy area.
Vistry Partnerships are developing 90 new homes, down the road from the school on Doniford Road. The development, named Orchard Brooks will provide a mix of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.
St Peter’s also recently ran a ‘design a road sign’ competition in collaboration with Vistry Partnerships to highlight road safety and careful driving in the area, the winning signs can be seen displayed along Doniford Road. Mr William Parfitt, Senior Site Manager for Vistry Partnerships presented competition winner, Olivia Holder with her prize at a small presentation ceremony.
Mr Rushforth, Head Teacher and CEO of WSAT said: “it’s great to work in such close partnership with Vistry Partnerships to ensure that our new houses get built with the minimum of disruption to our children and wider community”
Bradley Davison, Managing Director Vistry Partnerships South West added; “The wellbeing and safety of the communities in which we work is a top priority for us. With St Peters School located so close to our Orchard Brooks development there was no hesitation in providing high vis vests for the children to help keep them safe”
Vistry Partnerships will build the 90 homes in partnership with Magna Housing as a mixed tenure scheme, delivering 26 homes available for social rent and another 34 homes for shared ownership, featuring a mixture of one, two, three and four-bedroom houses.
The remaining 30 homes will be sold on the open market under the Linden Homes brand. Orchard Brooks, will offer a collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes and will be available to purchase using the government backed Help to Buy scheme on a selection of homes on the development, helping first time buyers move onto the property ladder.