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On a former RAF site in Ickenham, CALA Homes is building a "village-style" development.

    Preston Bennett’s Sue Fisher (left) and Alison Deakin of CALA Homes
    Preston Bennett’s Sue Fisher (left) and Alison Deakin of CALA Homes

    On a former RAF site in Ickenham, Middlesex, CALA Homes is building a “village-style” development, Ickenham Park. Over the next three years, CALA will construct a range of homes here, including four- and five-bedroom family houses, as well as two-bedroom apartments and mansion-style apartments, in an established landscaped setting, with many mature trees. CALA has appointed Stanmore-based Preston Bennett as agent.

    “Preston Bennett has a well-deserved reputation for selling new homes throughout this area, so we are confident that it can help us reach potential buyers for Ickenham Park,” says CALA marketing director Alison Deakin.

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