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Bishops Wood Court

About This Project

Vision has entrusted the marketing of all their developments to Starberry for the last 13 years.


BWC-logoWe frequently take on a new homes development marketing brief from a blank sheet of paper, with a bare piece of land offering perhaps only an architect’s initial drawing to work with. We understand the importance of working to tight deadlines to pull together a detailed marketing strategy aimed at selling as many apartments, as quickly as possible, before even the first brick is laid.


Starberry start by developing a marketing budget for sign off, to which we then strictly adhere. We meticulously work through the entire creative process from inception to completion.


This typically includes coming up with a development name, creating the brand identity, producing photo real computer generated illustrations, commissioning and art directing photo and video shoots. We design and produce hardback brochures, high impact dibond hoarding graphics and marketing panels, branded flags, flyers, adverts, email templates, responsive websites and virtual tours.BWC-Brochure-small


Once all the materials have been produced, we launch the scheme via a content marketing campaign delivered across multiple channels.


We endeavor to complement Vision’s overall finished product by reflecting the premium look and feel through our full stack of thoughtfully designed marketing materials. Our aim is to present a luxurious experience and a lasting impression to encourage sales from investors and private buyers.


Key features of this Bishops Wood Court development project:


  • Development identity
  • High impact full colour dibond marketing hoardings, flags and poles
  • Gold foiled and embossed brand identity
  • Layflat binding for the brochure
  • Photorealistic CGI’s
  • Responsive website
  • Content marketing campaign


If you are ready to take your digital strategy to the next level, contact Starberry now.