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Birnam Mews: what’s included in your new home?
Every one of our homes at Birnam Mews, from one bedroom quarter houses to four bedroom houses, are part of L&Q’s New Build Homes: Quality Standard promise.
Online classes hailed as a 'blessing' by parents during lockdown
Tutors United provides Maths and English lessons to primary school pupils has been hailed as a ‘blessing’ by parents during the coronavirus lockdown.
L&Q’s Birnam Mews Offers Buyers Lower Running Costs with Pioneering Timber Frame Homes
L&Q is delivering 60 new homes at Birnam Mews in Stratford-upon-Avon using off-site manufactured timber frames.
Birnam Mews shortlisted for Best Family Home at the First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards
Birnam Mews has been shortlisted at the 2020 First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards, in the Best Family Home category.
The prestigious awards celebrate the best in affordability, design and quality, with winners selected by readers of First Time Buyer Magazine, a publication dedicated to helping people purchase their first property.
Top 5 Wintery Warwickshire Walks near Birnam Mews
Situated in the heart of Warwickshire, Birnam Mews is surrounded by a great choice of picturesque spots for residents to enjoy a relaxing Sunday stroll. Warwickshire hosts some of the best walking trails in the midlands, with forests, rivers, canals and much more to explore.
Protecting Stratford-upon-Avon's Prickly Pals
We’ve joined forces with environmental campaigners to boost local wildlife at our Birnam Mews development in Tiddington, near Stratford-upon-Avon.
National housing charity L&Q calls on local partners to shape community investment priorities for Warwickshire
L&Q, one of the UK’s leading charitable housing associations, convened a roundtable of local councillors and groups from across Warwickshire to discuss its future community investment priorities.
The Heritage of Stratford-upon-Avon
Most people hear Stratford-upon-Avon and their first thoughts are Shakespeare. The richly cultural medieval market town was famously the birthplace of Britain’s most prolific playwright, and he continues to be source of great pride amongst local residents.