Build your own offer!*
Reserve before the end of December, and we invite you to build your own offer.*
We'll give you £750 towards: White goods | Legal fees | Flooring | Furniture | Cost of your new home
The choice is yours!
The local area connection for our homes at Perrybrook has changed. If you live or work in the Gloucestershire area and have a GL postcode you can make a savvy move this year to a 2-bedroom Shared Ownership apartment at Perrybrook, Brockworth.
Built by 5* builders Taylor Wimpey to meet the needs of local people. Our new Bromford Shared Ownership homes in Brockworth have plenty of local amenities for everyday living on your doorstep
With Gloucester and Cheltenham both only 20 minutes away and the stunning Cotswold reachable in under 5 minutes, you'll be well placed to enjoy country life whilst still being close to the town and able to commute with ease.
Bromford Shared Ownership offers a simple, flexible approach to homeownership, making it easier than ever to own your own home in this sought-after location. You purchase the share of your dream home that suits you now and pay rent on the remaining share. When the time is right for you, you can buy more shares through a process called staircasing, increasing your ownership of the property until you own it outright.
Find out what your next steps are and learn more about Shared Ownership
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Local Area Connection
Designed to meet the needs of local people looking to get on the property ladder, priority will be given to applicants who have a connection to Gloucestershire and Gloucester City Council. If you have been a resident (or employed within) the area for a number of years (usually between 2-5) or have family connections, for example, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild or adult sibling who have lived in the area for at least three years. For further information get in touch with our advisor.
Staircasing to own 100% of your home at Perrybrook
Our homes at Perrybrook are available to purchase with Shared Ownership. Once your home is purchased you will have the option to increase the amount of your shared ownership home that you own. This is called Staircasing. The greater the share you buy in your home the less rent you will pay to your home. Ultimately staircasing to buy 100% of your home, means you become an outright owner, and you will no longer need to pay rent.
Please be advised that this property is Leasehold with a 990-year lease.
Service charge is reviewed annually in line with inflation.
Median Council Tax Band for Tewkesbury: C
Terms and conditions
£750 will be applied on completion and will be deducted from your final completion statement. If the property sale is cancelled, the offer will no longer apply. Offer cannot be exchanged for cash. Bromford reserves the right to withdraw or change the offer at any time and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or discount unless specified. Offer on selected plot 71 only. For full terms and conditions, visit our website or ask our sales consultants for details.
Share prices and purchases can range between 25%-75%, the above 40% is an average purchase percentage. Terms and conditions apply, please ask for details. Prices are correct at the time of publication.
Computer-generated images and photography are intended for illustrative purposes only and may not represent the actual fittings and furnishings at the development. Images are of typical elevations and may vary. Please speak to an advisor for more information.
Perrybrook has a bit of everything. Located in the village of Brockworth, it offers a setting for those who want a bustling life within reach of both city and country. Located just a few miles* from the Cotswolds, Brockworth is known as the venue for the annual cheese rolling down Cooper’s Hill. Taking place every Spring Bank Holiday, the event sees people line up at the top of the hill aiming to chase and catch a round of Double Gloucester. Traditionally featuring people from the village taking part, it now attracts competitors from all over the world. Brockworth is also the birthplace of Britain’s first jet aircraft, the Gloster Meteor, which was flown in the Second World War. The Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft also has roots in the village. The village is well served, with plenty of local amenities to satisfy your immediate needs. There’s a Tesco Extra and Co-op for your grocery needs, a post-office and to quench your thirst after a long working week, several chain pubs and restaurants and the more traditional fayre of the Victoria Inn and Cross Hands pubs. If you need a new team to follow, there’s also Brockworth Rugby Club. For those who like living on the edge, the Gloucester Ski & Snowboard Centre offers both sports in a dry-slope environment, as well as laser tag and tubing, only a 10 minute drive from the village. For a spot of retail therapy, Gloucester city centre is only a 15 minute drive away, which is the home of the Gloucester Quays outlet village. Brockworth is situated four miles from J11 of the M5, or seven minutes by car, which makes travelling to Bristol and the south west or to Birmingham and the West Midlands very easy . Journey times by car to Cheltenham and Bristol are 15 minutes and 45 minutes respectively. The nearest train station is Gloucester Railway Station, five miles away. Castle Hill and Brockworth Primary are the local schools for infants and juniors. Henley Bank High School is the main secondary education provider in and around Brockworth. It is also the location for Brockworth Sports Centre, featuring a heated indoor swimming pool, multi-use sports hall, dance studio and all weather astro-turf pitch. *Distance (miles) and journey times are approximate and are taken from Google Maps.