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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 Rowland Homes is developing 15 family homes in Ribble Valley which are sure to appeal to first time buyers.
The two- and three-bedroom properties in Longridge are available to buy on a shared ownership basis, with prices starting from £59,150 for a 35% share. A share of the new homes are also available on affordable rent.
Renovation specialists, the multi-award-winning City & Country Group, are confident that the competitive pricing of its new homes in Bicester will attract the attention of homebuyers who might be considering the more expensive alternative of the city of Oxford.
Steeped in history and abundant in dramatic countryside, the Scottish Borders is a beautiful part of the country to settle down in. Buyers looking to find a new home in the Borders will find a selection of family homes available, with housebuilders seemingly taking great care to blend their new homes into their surroundings.
Hadley Mace, a joint venture between developer Hadley Property Group and construction company/consultancy Mace, has just launched its brand new development in East Greenwich, Greenwich Square, which will provide some 645 new homes together with community amenities on the former Greenwich District Hospital site.
New affordable homes in Derbyshire
Mayor of Chesterfield, Cllr Don Parsons, helped to get a new development of 20 affordable homes underway in Staveley this week. The £2.3m development, which is due for completion in April 2014, will provide 12 two- and three-bedroom homes for affordable rent and a further eight homes for sale through shared ownership.
A planning inspector has given plans to develop 84 new homes in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, the green light, just over two years after the original planning application was rejected.
The application had been refused by Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council in March 2011, due to a lack of affordable housing and open space.
House-hunters in Tyne and Wear - a region of North East England that incorporates South Tyneside, North Tyneside, the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gateshead, and the City of Sunderland - currently have a superb choice of new build developments to look at, with something to fit most budgets.
Barratt Homes and affordable housing provider Lea Valley Homes have joined forces to present a homebuyer show in Hertford this Saturday, 20th April. Taking place from 11.00am to 4.00pm at The Hertford Theatre, the event is a chance for homebuyers to see a wide range of homes from the companies' portfolios within a 60-mile radius of the town.
NewBuy Cymru, a scheme designed to help more people buy a new home in Wales, has been abolished.