Weekly affordable homes round-up


Friday 22nd June 2012

Affordable housing has helped many homebuyers onto the property ladder

New affordable homes in Cardiff
Greenbank Partnerships, the developer behind plans for a new waterfront community in Cardiff known as Cardiff Pointe, have submitted plans to build 61 affordable homes in the area. If plans are approved the new homes will be built on Ferry Road, on a site next to Morrisons supermarket.

Affordable homes in Plymouth
Fresh figures published by the Homes and Communities Agency reveal that there has been a collapse in the volume of affordable homes in Plymouth, with just work having started on just 74 properties in the last 12 months compared to 286 in the previous year.

Affordable new homes in Suffolk
Forest Heath planners have approved a planning application to develop six affordable houses in Worlington, subject to the head of planning looking at measures regarding access and pedestrian safety.

New affordable homes in Doncaster
Lovell has completed the first phase of a new development of 22 affordable homes in Cooper Street, near Doncaster town centre. The scheme features two-bedroom flats, bungalows, three- and four-bedroom houses. The project is expected to be completed in 2014.

Affordable homes in Harborough
A housebuilder planning a 141-home development off Glebe road in Little Bowden is to pay cash to Harborough District Council instead of building affordable homes on the site, despite planning rules stating that developers are obliged to make sure that 30% of any development is given over to affordable homes. The council insists that the money will be used to provide affordable homes for elderly people.

Affordable new homes in Soham
Residential property developer Hopkins Homes has been the green light for 96 new homes to be built in Soham, including, 29 affordable homes. The development, which will be built on former allotment land north-west of Regal Drive, off Fordham Road, will feature a mix of one- to four-bedroom properties.

New affordable homes in East Sussex
Rother District Council's planning committee this week gave Amicus Horizon permission to demolish Auckland House, built in 1969 and formerly 37 elderly persons' flats, and replace it will affordable housing scheme. The development the junction of London Road and Wrestwood Road, Sidley, Bexhill-on-Sea, will consist of 25 new homes.

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