Established in 1974, Thomas Homes is one of the largest privately owned residential property developers in the south of England.
We specialise in building in sensitive locations where design and quality are the major considerations. With an appetite for developments that demand an imaginative, holistic and sympathetic approach, our ambitious schemes to date demonstrate a legacy of success.
There is no standard Thomas Homes design; projects take inspiration from each location and the surrounding architecture to create individual dwellings with identity and character. Direct communication, transparent development goals and a passion for community engagement and collaboration have not gone unnoticed, whilst our strong financial position allows us to act quickly and independently.
By securing stakeholders confidence and trust, we have enjoyed the freedom to realise some of the UK's largest and most challenging residential, commercial and mixed-use schemes.
102 apartments in Reading
Originally constructed in 1825, the Grade II listed buildings were carefully restored in a joint development with Trencherwood Homes.
14 apartments in central Oxford
On the site of an old pub, Parkview is a landmark development on a main trunk route into the city.
12 mews style homes in Marlborough
An exclusive development for the over 55s, Kingsbury Mews makes excellent use of this town centre site.
58 one and two bedroom apartments
Office conversion of the former Potato Marketing Board headquarters in central Oxford.
The Water Tower
5 apartments at Limes Park, Basingstoke
Converted Edwardian water tower.
310 Kings Road
46 one and two bedroom apartments
The first office to residential re-development in Reading, bringing new life to an under used town centre location.
15 apartments in Oxford
The benchmark in central Oxford for high quality car free living.
16 apartments & 2 listed houses in Cirencester
This award winning mill conversion has become one of the most desirable addresses in Cirencester.
5 Houses on the edge of Newbury
An exclusive development of detached houses.
145 houses and apartments in Basingstoke
The core area of the former Park Prewett Hospital.
126 apartments & houses in Oxford
A joint development with Wimpey Homes, the Listed buildings were made famous by William Morris who purchased the site in order to manufacture the Bullnose Morris.
37 Apartments, Bristol
Originally built in 1883 as a tobacco factory. Converted into loft style apartments.
11 apartments and a youth centre, central Oxford
A highly complex redevelopment of a St Aldates Church building.
16 houses and apartments, Stratfield Mortimer
Old Railway Quarter
325 apartments and mixed use development, Swindon
Heritage Plaza is the first phase of a major redevelopment on the site of the famous GWR Railway Works.
134 houses and apartments, Oxfordshire
On the site of a former hospital, an award winning large scale redevelopment of the Listed Buildings. The site also enjoys communal facilities, 100 acres of parkland and 1 mile of River Thames frontage.