TV Star Raves About Naturally Woodlands

DIY SOS’ and award-winning designer Oliver Heath said that “the people behind this project are to be congratulated for creating such a high-spec, eco-friendly residential development encapsulating the best of stylish country living.”

TV presenter Oliver Heath visited the “pioneering” Naturally Woodlands development in Brynna last week.

The Changing Rooms and DIY SOS star viewed the £30million development and its ‘ultra-contemporary’ interiors.

Heath, an award-winning designer and self-confessed ‘eco-warrior’, also discussed the buildings’ ‘impressive’ green credentials and its ancient Welsh woodland.

His visit on Thursday, June 14, followed a personal invitation from Peter Mills, the project’s development director.

It comes just weeks after Naturally Woodlands was named as one of the UK’s Top Ten property hotspots in a special report by the Daily Telegraph.

Speaking about the visit, Heath said: “Developments like Naturally Woodlands are testament to the extraordinary talents of British architects and designers.”

“I greatly enjoyed my visit to Brynna on Thursday. It's a beautiful village perfectly complemented by the exceptional properties at Naturally Woodlands.”

“The people behind it are to be congratulated for creating such a high-spec, eco-friendly residential development encapsulating the best of stylish country living.”

Heath, 42, is best known for his work on DIY SOS, Dream Homes, and BBC’s Changing Rooms — where he appeared alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.

He runs the award-winning Heath Design agency in his home town of Brighton, is a regular speaker at events such as the National Home Improvement Show, EcoBuild and Grand Designs Live, and writes for the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph and House Beautiful magazine.

Peter Mills, of Wynndel Property Management, the developer behind Naturally Woodlands, said: “I’m delighted and grateful that Mr Heath chose to visit us.

“We have enjoyed widespread publicity to date, so were keen to personally show Mr Heath what all the fuss is about.”

— James Freeman

 

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