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Housebuilder Barratt East Scotland has started building work on a multi-million pound residential property scheme which will feature boost the supply of affordable homes in Edinburgh.
New affordable homes in Surrey
A planning application to develop 30 new homes, including 15 affordable homes, on a former sheltered housing site in Horley, has been submitted by Redhill-based housing association Raven Housing Trust. If approved, the development will feature 21 houses, seven flats and two bungalows.
In the Trinity Park sales office, the two What House? Awards 2012 plaques are displayed proudly - Best House and Developer of the Year. Not only that, the judges' reports for both awards are framed and displayed on the main wall.
Ambitious plans to develop up to 16,000 affordable homes in Edinburgh in the next decade will be debated at City Chambers this week.
Residential property developer Barratt Homes has unveiled plans to develop a wide range of new homes across Edinburgh and the Lothians.
New affordable homes in Leeds
A new development of affordable homes in east Leeds has been completed. The houses are part of the Parkside project, a new development in Seacroft constructed by Jephson Housing Association in conjunction with Bellway Homes. The 23 three-bedroom houses are now available to rent to people who work in the area.
Despite the wide belief that prices in the Scottish Capital are unaffordable, those looking to find a new home in Edinburgh will find a surprising number of new-build homes on the market for under £200,000. Perfect for first-time buyers, young professionals and downsizers looking for a city pad, these apartments are all within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre.
Award-winning CALA Homes - the What House? Housebuilder of the Year 2012 - has started the New Year in style with two more new show homes now open at prestigious Scottish new homes developments.
Residential property sales in Edinburgh reached a five-year high during the fourth quarter of last year, as more homebuyers, including property investors, looked to take advantage of cheaper property prices.