MP for East Yorkshire, Sir Greg Knight has visited Ortus Homes’ latest construction site last week in Stamford Bridge, to take a look at the plans for Sovereign Court, the new development for over 60s.

The MP joined Site Manager David Haigh, Senior Marketing Executive Laura Wigglesworth, and Marketing Manager Sharon Gill, for Ortus Homes North East, to take a tour of the Sovereign Court site and to find out more about the 24 apartments which have been attracting a high level of interest from those over 60 in the area, since construction work began at the site last spring.

Located on Low Catton Road, each of the apartments come with fully-fitted kitchens and integrated appliances – including designer Neff ovens, and spacious, open-plan living and dining areas which open onto balconies or terraces.

Sir Greg Knight, MP for East Yorkshire, commented: “It was a pleasure to visit Ortus Homes’ impressive new development in Stamford Bridge and take a look at Sovereign Court under construction. Developments like this are a great asset to the area, as they provide a viable solution for people aged 60 and over who are looking to downsize but don’t want to compromise on style or space, and who also enjoy an active lifestyle. The end result is a more fluid housing chain in and around Stamford Bridge, where it frees up housing stock for families and first time buyers also wanting to move, but who also want to stay in the local area.”

Liz Green, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Ortus Homes, added: “We are delighted that Sir Greg Knight was able to take the time to visit Sovereign Court, and take a look at the plans for some of the facilities that will be on offer here.

Sir Greg in discussion with Site Manger David Haigh at Stamford Bridge