Mayor of Hillingdon formally opens show home at The Paddocks, Hayes

The Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Carol Melvin has officially opened Clearview Homes latest development, The Paddocks in Hayes, Middlesex.

The Paddocks features fourteen, one bedroom apartments and two and three bedroom homes in a well-served neighbourhood. The development has proved such a hit with first time buyers and families that already thirteen of the fourteen homes have been reserved or sold.

Steve Murphy, Chief Executive of Clearview Homes comments, “We are delighted that the Mayor of Hillingdon was able to officially open our new show home and we were able to show her the new homes we are building in the area.

The success of The Paddocks is testament to the quality and specification of the homes we build, and we are pleased to have received such positive feedback from purchasers. Introducing the Help to Buy London Scheme has also proved extremely popular on this site.

Due to the demand at The Paddocks we have also bought forward the launch of our new landmark development, Oak Point on Sutton Court Road in Hillingdon. Those interested will be able to reserve from plan one of the twenty-six, one and two-bedroom apartments at The Paddocks where potential purchasers can view the specification, quality and standard of finish. The Government’s Help to Buy London scheme will also be available. ”

Help to Buy London enables you to buy a new home with just a 5% deposit, whether you are a first-time buyer or moving from your existing home. The Government will also lend up to 40% of the value of the new home via an equity loan. This Help to Buy equity loan can be repaid at any time or on the future sale of the home. The scheme is eligible on all properties up to £600,000 and is exclusively available on new build properties.

The final remaining home at The Paddocks, the show home which includes all furniture, features a professionally designed kitchen and integrated appliances, including a Neff oven and gas hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The bathroom and en-suite feature contemporary white sanitary ware. There is also off street parking.

The homes are ideally located for Crossrail links which opens this year, with the modernisation of Hayes and Harlington station as well as services from Hillingdon and Northolt stations. Hayes town centre is also undergoing a £6 million transformation to improve resident and visitor experience.

The Paddocks is only six miles away from London Heathrow airport and around 15 miles from Oxford Circus. There are several ways to commute to the capital, with Hayes & Harlington station, West Drayton station and Hillingdon station easily accessible. Buses are available from Charville Lane to Hayes and Harlington station meaning it is not essential to own a car.

Hillingdon is on London Undergrounds Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, while Northolt is on the Central Line taking about 30 minutes to Oxford Circus. Crossrail will slash journey times to London in 2018, with Bond Street taking 20 minutes and London Heathrow Airport’s terminals 2 and 3 just one stop away.

Hayes has a good mix of shops, both familiar high street names and independents, as well as public houses, bars and restaurants. Uxbridge, about three miles away, includes Sainsburys and Lidl. For serious fashion shopping, Westfield is around ten miles.

The Paddocks is close to several schools, with nearby Charville primary within one mile and Ryefield Primary, Swakeleys Secondary School for Girls and Abbotsfield Secondary School close by. Brunel University London is about 2.5 miles away. Recently opened in Hayes, the Global Academy has welcomed its first students in the broadcast and digital media industry.

The final home at The Paddocks is available at £515,000 for the three bedroom show home with all the furniture The show home is open Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. For further information please call selling agent Peter Rolfe on 020 8573 7320 or visit