The holiday isn’t over yet!

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has extended the Stamp Duty savings for another three months.

The Stamp Duty Holiday, introduced in July 2020, has been widely credited with a boom in house sales, despite all the Covid restrictions. Chancellor Rishi Sunak had further good news for homebuyers in the 2021 Budget on March 3rd, announcing that the Stamp Duty Holiday is to be extended until the end of June.

It’s estimated that around 300,000 transactions will benefit from this over the next three months. Between £125,000 and £500,000 there’s no Stamp Duty to pay at all, producing a saving of up to £15,000.

It’s particularly welcome news for those who are in mid-transaction, and for one reason or another can’t meet the original deadline of 31st March, but also good news for buyers looking to move soon.

Millgate has a range of homes scheduled for completion by the end of June, which means that customers, if they act fast, can take advantage of the extended Stamp Duty Holiday as well as other available incentives.

Plenty of choice… plenty of savings, see our featured homes below.

Victory Fields in Arborfield Green

The Haig, a spacious 4 bedroom detached home with garage and parking, plus £20,000 deposit contribution on top of Stamp Duty savings.


Parklands Manor in Oxfordshire

Plot 34, a delightful 2 bedroom first floor apartment, ready to move into with a £15,000 incentive of your choice in addition to Stamp Duty savings.


Hilborn in Arborfield Green

Number 20, a beautiful 3 bedroom detached house with a conservatory, ready to move in now with Stamp Duty savings and a £20,000 deposit contribution.


The Crown Apartments at Kingswood

Plot 38, a stunning 2 bedroom first floor apartment with Stamp Duty savings, plus a £15,000 incentive of your choice.