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Something for everyone in Southam Church View comprises an unrivalled selection of 12 two bedroom apartments and 49 two, three and four bedroom homes, each built with Banner’s close attention to detail. Having hosted royalty in its illustrious past, you too can now make the popular rural community of Southam your home.


Almost entirely surrounded by agricultural land, the small market town of Southam is a conservation area which boasts both eyecatching traditional architecture and convenient contemporary facilities. Both King Charles I and Oliver Cromwell at some time made Southam their base during the English Civil War, while the town is also renowned for minting its own currency in medieval times. ‘The Olde Mint’, one of the oldest pubs in the country, was once the old mint house, but today is more famous for its striking Elizabethan features. The first market took place as early as 1227, and Southam hosts one weekly to this day, along with a farmers’ market showcasing the best in local produce each month. Essential day-to-day amenities can be found a short walk from Church View on the high street, which closes for the traditional Mop Fair every October – an event all of the town looks forward to. There’s plenty to entertain everyone in Southam. The active will relish the excellent swimming and fitness facilities nearby, whilst there are also rugby, cricket, bowls and football clubs to join. Stoneythorpe Hall is home to the Royal Leamington Spa Polo Club and their world class facilities, within 600 acres of beautiful countryside. The peaceful Stowe Valley, the historic Holy Well and the River Stowe that meanders near Church View provide a backdrop for outdoor pursuits; walking, fishing and horse riding are especially popular in the area.


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With a number of places of interest nearby, from Shakespeare’s Stratford to the shops and restaurants of Leamington Spa and the towns of Coventry, Rugby, Banbury, Kenilworth and Warwick all within half an hour’s drive, you’ll never be short of things to do or see. A choice of highly regarded schools are within walking distance of Church View, including Southam Primary School, St Mary’s RC School and Southam College. Leamington Spa, just eight miles away, is easily reached via the A425 or by the Southam Shuttle and Flexi bus services, which can also be used to explore the number of appealing neighbouring villages. For a rapid route to London or Birmingham, head south to the M40 or into Leamington Spa for direct rail links. Church View is also within easy reach of the M1. Whether you’re looking to relax in comfort in a stylish new home with every modern convenience, or want to raise a family in rural peace and quiet with close city connections, Church View offers something to appeal to everyone.


Elevations of Church View

Apts 5 – 7

Plots

8

41

Apt 51

9 – 11

42

Apts 9 – 11

Plots

Plots 12

12a

43

44

Plot 58

Note I: The images of Church View are computer generated only. In line with our policy of continuous improvements, we reserve the right to alter the layout, building style, landscaping and specification at any time without notice. Please refer to your Sales Advisor for specific details. Note II: Computer generated images show the plots as labelled. For details of surrounding buildings, please refer to the development layout. Note III: Some street lighting has been omitted from the computer generated images. Please refer to development layout for positions.


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Plots 59

60

61

Apts 71

Plots

78

79

80

62

Plots 63

72

Plots 73 74

81 82 83 84

Apts 85 & 86

64

75

65

76

66

77

Plot 87


Development Layout

d Adjoining fields 41 40 42 Future development 39 38 37

43 44

Public footpath 14 15 16 17 18

Public footpath

7

Adjoining fields

1 2 Works

Air Cadets Centre Open space

Note I: Landscaping on the site plan is indicative only. Please consult your Sales Advisor for details of scheme and plans detailing actual paths, patios, gates and parking allocation. Note II: Please consult your Sales Advisor for boundary treatment. Car park for open space Street lights ■ Cycle stores ■ Bin stores ■ Affordable Housing Bollard lighting

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9-11

12a 12

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3

4 5-6


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Future development 59

57 58

60 61 62 63 Wattons Lodge 45-50

64 65

51

66 67-70 8

6

71

72

73 74

87

75 76

78 79 80 81

82 83 84

85 86

77

NE WATTONS LA Open space

RIVER STO WE

Recreational ground


Apartments 5, 6 & 7 *

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*

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

83 C

A

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

82 C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

B

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Apartment 5 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

*

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale. Refer to Sales Advisor for garage allocation.


7 5-6

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

83 C

A

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B

83 C D

(21 38)

G

(1 20)

(55 68)

E

England & Wales

Apartment 6 – Predicted Energy Assessment

A

(92 100)

B

81 C D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

G EU D rective 2002/91/EC

A

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

F

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

F

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(92 100)

(1 20)

C

80 D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy e ficient higher running costs

England & Wales

B

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Apartment 7 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Apartments 8, 9, 10 & 11

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

81 C

A

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

(81 91)

C

80 D

(21 38)

F G

(1 20)

EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

(69 80)

A

(92 100)

B

82 C

(55 68)

E

D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

F G EU D rective 2002/91/EC

A

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions

Apartment 8 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

B

(39 54)

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(92 100)

(1 20)

D

(21 38)

F G

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

Apartment 9 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale.

81 C

(39 54)

Not energy e ficient higher running costs

England & Wales

B

EU D rective 2002/91/EC


9-11 8

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

83 C

A

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B

82 C D

(21 38)

G

(1 20)

(55 68)

E

England & Wales

Apartment 10 – Predicted Energy Assessment

A

(92 100)

B

81 C D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

G EU D rective 2002/91/EC

A

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

F

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

F

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(92 100)

(1 20)

79

C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy e ficient higher running costs

England & Wales

B

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Apartment 11 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Plots 12 & 12a MASTER BEDROOM 4.24m x 3.35m 13 10 x 10 11

W

BEDROOM 2 3.53m x 2.64m 11 6 x 8 7

GROUND FLOOR PLOTS 12 AND 12A HANDED

FIRST FLOOR - PLOT 12

FIRST FLOOR - PLOT 12a

41 42

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

82 C

(81 91)

A B

(69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

D

(21 38)

G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

81 C

(39 54)

F

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plots 12 & 12a – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

*

43 44

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale. Windows omitted from Plots 42 & 44.

12a12


Plots 41, 42 (handed), 43 & 44 (handed)

*

*

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

79

C D

(39 54)

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

E

(1 20)

78

C

(55 68)

(21 38)

D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(69 80)

A

(1 20)

(55 68)

E

England & Wales

Plots 41, 42 & 43 – Predicted Energy Assessment

(92 100)

B

81 C D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

G EU D rective 2002/91/EC

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

F

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

(69 80)

A

(1 20)

B C

80 D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy e ficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plot 44 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Apartment 51

58

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

79

C D

(39 54)

E

(1 20)

B 77

C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(69 80) (55 68)

(21 38)

51

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Apartment 51 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale.


Plot 58

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

81 C

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B C

80 D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plot 58 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Plots 59, 60 (handed) & 62 (handed)

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

81 C

A

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

G

C

80 D

(1 20)

England & Wales

(69 80) (55 68)

E

(92 100)

B

82 C D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

F G EU D rective 2002/91/EC

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

A

(81 91)

(21 38)

F

Plots 59 & 62 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

B

(39 54)

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(92 100)

(1 20)

81 C D

(21 38)

F G

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmenta ly friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Direct ve 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

Plot 60 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale.

B

(39 54)

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

EU Directive 2002/91/EC


Plot 61

59 60 61 62

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

82 C

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B

81 C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plot 61 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Plots 63, 64, 65 (handed) & 66

**

*

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

A

(81 91)

79

C D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B 78

C D

(21 38)

G

(1 20)

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plots 63 & 66 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

G

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dimensions are measured to perimeter walls, the height of which will vary. Please consult your Sales Advisor for further details. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Solid thin lines denote extent of ceilings to apartments’ first floors.

A

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

F

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

81 C

(69 80) (55 68)

E

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

(39 54)

F

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(69 80)

A

(92 100)

80 D

(21 38)

G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

C

(39 54)

F

(1 20)

B

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmenta ly friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Direct ve 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU Directive 2002/91/EC

Plots 64 & 65 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note V: Note VI:

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Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale. Window to plot 63 only. Garage position for plots 64 and 65 vary. Please consult Sales Advisor for further details or refer to development layout. Refer to Sales Advisor for garage allocation.


Apartments 71 & 72 (handed)

63 Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

79

C D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

66

A B

71 D

(21 38)

F G

72

78

C

(39 54)

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(69 80)

64 65

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Apartments 71 & 72 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Plot 73

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

82 C

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B

82 C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plot 73 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III:

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dimensions are measured to perimeter walls, the height of which will vary. Please consult your Sales Advisor for further details. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above and approximate position of 1800mm height to second floor.

Note IV: Note V: Note VI:

Solid thin lines denote extent of ceilings to second floor. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale.


Plots 74, 75 & 76

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

81 C

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

B C

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

80 D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

73 74 75 76

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plots 74, 75 & 76 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Plot 77

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

C

80 D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B 79

C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(69 80)

A

(1 20)

E F G

77

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

78 79 80 81 8283 84

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plot 77 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III:

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height.

Note IV:

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Floorplans are not to scale. Window to plots 78, 81, 82 & 84 only. Front cloakroom window to plots 79, 80 & 83 only.


Plots 78, 79, 80 (handed), 81 (handed), 82, 83 (handed) & 84 (handed)

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Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

81 C

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

(92 100)

B

81 C D

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

F G

(1 20)

England & Wales

Plots 78, 81, 82 & 84 – Predicted Energy Assessment

A

(92 100)

B

83 C D

G EU D rective 2002/91/EC

(1 20)

B

83 C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy e ficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(55 68)

E

(21 38)

F

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

(81 91) (69 80)

(39 54)

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plots 79, 80 & 83 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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Apartments 85 & 86

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

81 C

(81 91) (69 80)

D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B C

80 D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

A

(1 20)

E F G

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Apartments 85 & 86 – Predicted Energy Assessment

Note I: Note II: Note III: Note IV:

Point from which dimensions are measured. Dimensions may vary by plus or minus 5cm. Dotted lines denote reduced head height or structure above. Some SVP boxing is half-height and some is full-height. Floorplans are not to scale.


Plot 87

Energy Efficiency Rating

Environmental Impact (CO2) Rating

Very energy efficient lower running costs

Very environmentally friendly lower CO2 emissions

(92 100) (81 91) (69 80) (55 68)

A

(92 100)

B

(81 91)

79

C D

(39 54)

(55 68)

E

(21 38) (1 20)

B 78

C D

(39 54) (21 38)

F G

Not energy efficient higher running costs

England & Wales

(69 80)

A

(1 20)

87

E F G

85

86

Not environmentally friendly higher CO2 emissions EU Directive 2002/91/EC

England & Wales

EU D rective 2002/91/EC

Plot 87 – Predicted Energy Assessment

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. . .

4 bed houses

1, 2 & 3 bed houses

2 bed apartments

4 bed houses

1, 2 & 3 bed houses

2 bed apartments

It’s the attention to detail KITCHENS ✓ ✓ ✓ • Professionally designed traditional style layouts ✓ ✓ ✓ • Dark granite-effect work surfaces with upstand to match ✓ ✓ ✓ • Stainless steel 1 ½ bowl single drainer sink with chrome plated mixer taps* ✓ ✓

• Single fan oven, gas hob and chimney-style extractor hood, all with a stainless steel finish. Stainless steel splash back to rear of hob* ✓ • Double fan oven, gas hob and chimney-style extractor hood, all with a stainless steel finish. Stainless steel splash back to rear of hob*

✓ ✓

• Space for fridge/freezer and washer/dryer

✓ • Fridge/freezer and integrated dishwasher. Integrated washer/dryer if no utility room. All exposed appliances have a stainless steel colour finish* ✓ ✓ ✓ • Vinyl flooring ✓ ✓ ✓ • 3 spot cluster light fittings

UTILITY ROOMS (plot 77 only) ✓ • At least one base unit and two spaces for appliances ✓ • Stainless steel single bowl sink and drainer with chrome plated mixer taps* ✓ • 3 spot cluster light fittings

* The appliances and furniture in the kitchens and bathrooms are subject to design. Please consult Sales Advisor for final layouts.


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✓ ✓ ✓ • Stylish white sanitaryware ✓ • Half height wall tiling to sanitaryware walls in family bathroom and en-suite ✓ ✓ • Splash back tiling to basin in cloakroom ✓ ✓

• Splash back tiling to bath and basin in family bathroom and en-suite ✓ • Chrome plated dual control mixer taps with pop-up waste to basins and baths

✓ ✓

• Chrome plated dual control mixer taps with pop-up waste to baths

4 bed houses

1, 2 & 3 bed houses

BATHROOMS, EN-SUITES AND CLOAKROOMS

2 bed apartments

4 bed houses

1, 2 & 3 bed houses

2 bed apartments

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✓ ✓ ✓ • Shower cubicles include shower doors, full height tiling and variable spray adjustable sliding head shower (as applicable)

INTERNAL FINISHES ✓ ✓ ✓ • Smooth finish white oak interior doors and polished chrome door furniture ✓ ✓ ✓ • Smooth ceilings throughout ✓ ✓ ✓ • Staircases are finished in white with a light oak colour stained handrail


that signifies a Banner home

✓ ✓ ✓ • Incorporating shelf and chrome-effect hanging rail (as applicable) ✓ ✓ ✓ • Doors coordinated with internal house/apartment doors

SECURITY

• Telecom based entry system to communal front doors to apartments

4 bed houses

✓ ✓ ✓ • External front doors have a painted finish and polished chrome door furniture ✓ • Outside water tap ✓ ✓ ✓ • Turf and planting to front gardens. Rotovating to rear gardens

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

✓ ✓ ✓ • Multi-point locking system to front door

EXTERNAL DETAILS

✓ ✓ ✓ • Double glazed PVCu windows throughout

✓ ✓ ✓ • Outside lights with passive infrared sensors to external front door ✓ ✓ ✓ • Locks are suited to enable one key to open house/apartment front door and other house/apartment external doors

1, 2 & 3 bed houses

WARDROBES

2 bed apartments

4 bed houses

1, 2 & 3 bed houses

2 bed apartments

. . .

✓ ✓ • Solid ground floor and engineered timber joists to first and second floor (as applicable) ✓

• Concrete floor to apartments

✓ ✓ ✓ • Gas fired central heating ✓ ✓ ✓ • Combination boiler providing hot water system


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1, 2 & 3 bed houses

2 bed apartments

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ELECTRICAL

✓ ✓ ✓ • Dual TV/FM sockets to lounge, kitchen and all bedrooms ✓ ✓ ✓ • Telephone sockets to lounge, kitchen and all bedrooms (except smallest) ✓

• Communal TV reception equipment to apartments. Please consult Sales Advisor for further information

✓ ✓ ✓ • The network of ‘phone’ wiring can simply be plugged into the master socket (provided in the hall cupboard and connected at your request by BT) and all the ‘phone’ sockets in the home will immediately be connected to your single line

MANAGEMENT SERVICES Banner Homes will appoint a professional managing agent who will be a member of ARMA (the Association of Residential Managing Agents) to provide ongoing management services. Please refer to the Sales Advisor for further details.


The Advantage Collection

. . .

The Advantage Collection is a range of goods and services

Other items will work on a referral basis, and if you are

which has been assembled by Banner to help you to

interested in any of these services then your details will be

personalise your new home. A Banner home already includes

passed to the company involved. You will be contacted

a high level of specification, but we understand that you will

directly by that company, but you will have the assurance that

want to create an environment which satisfies your needs

Banner will understand and be able to fully co-operate with the

so that you may fully enjoy your new home.

installation of that item as and when required.

We have selected a range of specialist suppliers who will

For further information or if you wish to proceed with any

work with Banner to provide you with your selected choice of

item, please contact the Sales Advisor.

extras. The Advantage Collection includes a number of items which can be arranged for you directly by Banner and which you will need to discuss with the Sales Advisor.

Please note that some items in The Advantage Collection are only available subject to the stage of construction.


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personalising your home

. . .

KITCHENS

INTERNAL FINISHES

• Choice of vinyl flooring

• Choice of pure white or cream paint finish to walls

• Upgrade to ceramic floor tiling

• Fireplace **

• Upgrade to Amtico flooring

• Carpet • Light fittings

BATHROOMS, EN-SUITES AND CLOAKROOMS • Choice of wall tiling including upgrades

SECURITY

• Additional wall tiling

• Alarm system (wireless system only)

• Choice of ceramic floor tiling including upgrades (no floor tiling is provided as standard)

• External lighting to side and rear

• Bathroom accessory kit

**Provision for electric fire only. Please consult Sales Advisor for further details.


Customer Services As an established business, now in its 34th year, Banner Homes has long since recognised that continued success comes not only from the expertise of the team itself, but from the importance it places on the relationships it has with contractors, business associates and, most importantly, you, the customer. It is widely recognised that buying a home can be very stressful and, with this in mind, Banner makes every effort to guide you through the purchasing process, regardless of how many homes you have bought before. On reservation of your new Banner home, we provide you with a comprehensive manual which is designed to help ease this process, and aims to answer most questions which may arise. A Demonstration and Inspection Meeting will be carried out prior to handover of your new home. This meeting enables you to inspect your new home before you complete its purchase. You will also have the benefit of discussing how the heating system

and appliances work, at a time when you are not having to be concerned with the actual move itself. Upon completion, you will be given details of the Banner Homes Customer Services team and details of our 24-hour emergency lines to ensure someone is on hand should you need help out of working hours. The NHBC 10-year warranty ensures Banner’s responsibility to resolve matters arising up to two years after legal completion, and guarantees the property structurally for a further eight years. Cutting edge, traditional-style homes backed by fabulous customer service – your home stays a Banner home long after you’ve moved in.


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Superior homes, superb locations Banner Homes has been building since 1975 and has achieved a considerable reputation for developing homes of traditional quality on sites ranging from individual detached houses to developments of several hundred dwellings. After 11 years as a Company quoted on the London Stock Exchange, Banner underwent a management buy-out at the end of 1998 taking it from public to private ownership. Having secured the long-term commitment of its shareholders and Directors, Banner offers purchasers the security of a team clearly focused on the success of each project. Banner’s mission is a simple one: “to be the best medium-sized developer and retailer of new homes in central and southern England”. In order to achieve this, Banner is now promoting a new advertising message: ‘Smarter Thinking’. This filters across all forms of marketing and is directed not only to customers, but to partners, subcontractors and everyone within the business. It is based upon a core belief that whatever the task in hand, there’s always room for improvement – an extra something that could effectively make all the difference. It is therefore a way of communicating the great care and consideration Banner puts into every aspect of the build process in order to make the properties the very best they can be, whilst also ensuring a more enjoyable purchasing experience.

The Company aims to provide an environment for its customers in which they will enjoy living their lives. The objective is to improve the quality of those lives by creating homes which are designed, built and packaged for the home buyer of the 21st Century. Banner is committed to leading its industry with innovations which recognise the need for energy conservation and environmental protection, whilst maximising the benefits of the Internet revolution and the move towards home working. The strapline in Banner’s logo is ‘building our future’. The vision at Banner is to create a built environment that will be relevant and sustainable for its purchasers’ children and their children’s children. What Banner builds today is its legacy for future generations, and the team at Banner aims to leave a legacy that its staff, suppliers, contractors, agents and, most importantly, its customers will be proud of.


COVENTRY MAYFIE LD R O

A45 A428

NT

WELSH ROAD W

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HILLYARD ROAD

MILL

M45

To M1

CHURCH A46

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A423

PAR K

CHURCH A426

LEAMINGTON SPA

O WATT

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A SL

MEADOW RD

A423

To Northampton

LAN E

A425

AD NTRY RO DAVE

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DAVENTR Y ROA D

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A423

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STREET MARK ORD ET H OXF ILL

KENILWORTH

B4453

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A445

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ROAD

A452

CRESCENT

COVENTRY

A4071

ST JAMES’ ROAD

MILL ROAD

A45

TOLL G ATE ROA D

CRES CE

PE ND IC K

A46

A46

A423

RUGBY SPRINGS

A444

To Coventry

AD

ROAD COVENTRY

To M6

K

A46

SH

OAD

A425

B4451

A423

NB

BAN BU RY RO AD

OL DR OA D

BA

To Banbury

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SOUTHAM M40

ST OW ED RI VE

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AB

J13

A429

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A425

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J14

ANE

WARWICK

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To Leamington Spa

A425

J15

AD RO

A452

To Oxford

Church View, Wattons Lane, Southam, Warwickshire CV47 0HX FROM LEAMINGTON SPA A425 Upon reaching Southam from Leamington Spa on the A425, turn left into Warwick Road. Continue straight along, then at the T-junction turn left into Market Hill and take the first left into Park Lane. Continue past the church and playing fields and turn left into Wattons Lane. Church View will be found on your right-hand side. FROM COVENTRY A423 Follow the A423 towards Banbury. Upon reaching the roundabout with the Southam Services signposted, turn right into Coventry Road. Continue into the high street and after the pedestrian crossing, turn right into Park Lane. Continue past the church and playing fields and turn left into Wattons Lane. Church View will be found on your right-hand side. *Post code subject to change and to be used for navigational purposes only.

BANNER HOMES (MIDLANDS) LTD 5 Brooklands, Moons Moat Drive, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 9DW Telephone: 0844 800 3500 Fax: 0844 800 3501 Email:salesmidlands@bannerhomes.co.uk This brochure and the show homes are designed to give a general idea of the type of product on the development and how it can be decorated and furnished; they are not, however, to be taken as part of the specification or contract. Dimensions are as accurate as practicable, but they may vary depending on the internal finishes. The latest materials are always used and, therefore, certain modifications are always inevitable. Each prospective purchaser should, therefore, check the plans and specification of the product in which they are interested at the sales office before making a reservation. Purchasers should obtain the approved postal name of the development from the Sales Advisors on reservation. The marketing name may not always be retained. Designed and produced by Phoenix plc 01372 372 372.


Church View by Banner Homes