Lovell Homes secures nine sales at launch of brand-new development in Newport

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Leading developer Lovell Homes secured nine sales at the VIP launch of its highly-anticipated Royal Victoria Court development in Newport, on the former Whiteheads steelworks.

The launch took place last weekend (Saturday 12th March) from a temporary marketing suite. Early bird customers were given priority access to a one-on-one appointment with the sales team to secure their brand-new Lovell home, and to take an exclusive first look at the development’s brochure.  An Independent Financial Advisor was also on hand to offer free mortgage advice.  

Royal Victoria Court, located off Cardiff Road, will consist of a stunning collection of two, three and four-bedroom houses and one and two-bedroom apartments, suitable for first-time buyers, growing families and downsizers alike.

A selection of homes at Royal Victoria Court will soon be available to purchase off-plan to all those who have registered their interest, meaning buyers can reserve their new home before it’s been built and select a property that’s perfectly suited to their needs.

Potential purchasers will be able to come along to an upcoming off-plan launch event and meet the sales team to enquire about the homes available, and speak with an Independent Financial Advisor for free mortgage advice. Interested buyers can register their interest today at to avoid missing out.

Julie Bowen, regional sales director at Lovell Homes, said: “We are delighted to have opened our popular Royal Victoria Court development to those who took the opportunity to make an early bird reservation on their preferred home.

“Over 600 people have registered their interest in Royal Victoria Court, and we’re expecting our launch event to be extremely busy.

“Since we first announced this development, the homes have been in increasingly high demand. We’re thrilled at how successful our opening weekend was and are very excited to be sharing our fantastic new homes with local buyers.

“Royal Victoria Court is an incredible project for us at Lovell, and a huge part of our growth across South Wales. We are very proud to be providing Newport with a thriving new community and can’t wait to open the doors to our showhomes later this year.”

Selected properties up to the value of £250,000 will be available to purchase using the Government-backed Help to Buy – Wales scheme*, meaning only a five per cent deposit is required. The remaining amount is made up of a 75 per cent mortgage and a 20 per cent equity loan.

The development is ideally located close to the city centre of Newport, with the university and an abundance of pubs, cafes, shops, cinemas and theatres all nearby. Residents will also benefit from being in close proximity to food superstores and The Royal Gwent Hospital.

Royal Victoria Court is being delivered by Lovell in partnership with Tirion Homes and with support from Welsh Government. The development will consist of 528 properties, including 264 open market sale homes and 234 affordable homes for rent with Tirion Homes, alongside an additional 30 properties for low-cost home ownership through Melin Homes.

In 2021, Lovell Homes achieved a five-star rating with the Home Builders Federation and gold for customer service with In-house Research, meaning 93 per cent of customers would recommend Lovell to family and friends.

To find out more about Royal Victoria Court call the sales team on 01633 928 856.

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*T&Cs apply. Help to Buy – Wales scheme is available on selected properties in Wales, on homes up to £250,000. Interest will be payable on the equity loan after five years, at an annual gross rate of 1.75 per cent, rising at the RPI plus one per cent per year thereafter. There will be a £1 per month administration fee, commencing upon receipt of the equity loan. The equity loan repayment sum will be calculated using the same loan percentage of the price of the property or its market value at the time of future sale/mortgage repayment, whichever is greater. The scheme is available subject to terms and conditions, but is not available to investors. Lovell cannot advise you on a mortgage. Full details available on request. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage, equity loan or other loans secured against it. 

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