Key workers across Yorkshire can now receive a deposit contribution of up to £15,000 towards a new home thanks to Barratt and David Wilson Homes’ new Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme.
Key workers will be entitled to a deposit contribution of £750 for every £25,000 spent, and can receive up to the value of £15,000. For example, when purchasing a £300,000 home, Barratt and David Wilson Homes would contribute £9,000 towards the deposit.
Barratt and David Wilson Homes have introduced the scheme to say thank you to key workers for their enormous contribution to the country. The new scheme will cover key workers from the NHS, teachers, police and fire services, the MOD, prison and probation services, plus Local Authority employees and Highways England.
Daniel Smith, Managing Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East said: “We were proud to previously launch our Education Workers Deposit Contribution scheme to help out those working within the education sector, but we now want to open this up to every type of key worker in the country as a thank you for all their work. We are proud to help all those who work so hard for this country.”
The homebuilder has introduced the scheme to all of its developments across the region, including at nearby development Mortimer Park in Driffield, Wigmore Park in New Waltham, Heather Croft in Pickering, Abbey View in Whitby, Park Edge, Kings Lodge, Lancaster Gardens, Edwin Vale and Torne Farm in Doncaster, and Queens Court, Poppy Fields, Fleet Green, Harrier Case, Minster View