Developer C G Fry & Son Honours Fallen Soldiers with Street Names

In a tribute to the town’s fallen soldiers, Award winning Regional Housebuilder CG Fry & Son has named the streets of its newest development in Wiltshire, Stoke Meadow in Calne, after soldiers who lost their lives in World War I & World War II.

The stunning new development at Silver Street will be 154 new houses, which will include two, three- and four-bedroom properties, each finished to the highest standard that is typical of CG Fry & Son.

Each of the 7 streets at the development bears a family name from the war memorial in the centre of Calne. The memorial underwent an extensive renovation project and was completed by Calne Royal British Legion, and re-dedicated last year.

Caroline Hill, Sales & Marketing Director at CG Fry & Son commented, “This is a return visit for us to this area of Wiltshire, having built Derry Hill, Calne in 2009.

 “We take an active interest in the local community when we build our homes and when the town council made the suggestion to name the streets of Stoke Meadow after the men of Calne who lost their lives, we felt it would be a very fitting tribute.”

The official show home launch at Stoke Meadow will be on the weekend of 30th November and interested buyers are welcome to the sales office for a mince pie and to find out more about the beautiful properties CG Fry & Son is offering for sale.

Buyers at Stoke Meadow can also take advantage of the government-backed Help to Buy scheme. Not just available to first time purchasers, with the Help to Buy equity loan scheme, buyers can purchase their new build home up to the value of £600,000 with just a five percent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage.  The remaining 20 percent of the property’s market value is subsidised in the form of an equity loan provided by the government, which is interest free for the first five years.