Developer building homes for all kinds of residents in Milton Keynes

  |  Published: Jul 23rd 2018

The development will feature bat and bird boxes to preserve local wildlife in the area. Swift bricks will also be installed around the development to encourage swifts and house sparrows to nest inside.

Located on Fen Street on the edge of Milton Keynes, Eagles’ Rest is a stunning new development offering two to five bedroom homes close to great transport links, whilst having beautiful countryside close by.

The homebuilder will also integrate wildlife corridors between the residential and green areas to give wildlife a home and ensure it can move around safely without disturbance.

Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “It is important to us to demonstrate how we can protect and enhance the biodiversity of the local area, benefitting our customers and the wildlife around our developments.

“At Eagles’ Rest, we have worked to ensure we aren’t just building homes for residents in Milton Keynes, but also the fantastic wildlife in the area.

“Here at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, we want to work closely with our customers to ensure our British wildlife is preserved at our developments as this is extremely important to us.”  

Eagles' Rest is ideally situated with both the A421 and M1 within easy reach. For those looking to travel further afield, Milton Keynes Station is less than 15 minutes away and can take you to London within an hour.

A brand new school is also set to be built on the development soon, catering for 630 children, making this a great location for families.

For more information about the homes for sale at Eagles’ Rest or any other nearby developments, call the David Wilson Homes sales team on 0844 811 4477 or visit

RSPB nest box ideal for small garden birds
RSPB's Elegance Nest Box for various small birds. Photos courtesy David Wilson Homes South Midlands.
RSPB nest boxes for various small birds. Photos courtesy David Wilson Homes South Midlands.
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