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COVID-19 Update

Published by Inland Homes on 21st May 2020 -

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Viewings Available by Appointment!

We are now offering viewings across our developments by appointment only. Contact us today to book yours!
View the remaining homes and showhomes and secure your new apartment or house. Select a development below for further details and contact information.

Meridian Waterside, Southampton | Chapel Riverside, Southampton | Venue, Maidenhead | Farrier's Wood, Garston | Jasmine Park, Ipswich

The sales team are still available for virtual appointments and to assist you in your property search over the phone. Plus, you can follow us on social media for daily updates and news.

To ensure the safety of our customers and staff, measures have been put in place for all viewings and appointments, in line with government and governing body Covid-19 guidelines. Learn More >

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Mandy Hare

Inland Homes is an established land regeneration business, focused on developing sites in southern England for residential and mixed use projects.

Link to Inland Homes business profile

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