New affordable homes in Derbyshire
Ashbourne residents are settling into their new affordable homes which have been built on the site of a former airfield on the outskirts of the town. Derbyshire housing provider, Derwent Living, developed Wellington Fields in conjunction with housebuilder Miller Homes East Midlands. The scheme features 65 affordable properties; 50 for let and 15 for sale as shared ownership.
Affordable new homes in St Albans
Garage sites in St Albans will be transformed into up to 10 new affordable homes. The Hightown Praetorian and Churches Housing Association will redevelop the site in White Hedge Drive.
Affordable homes in Carlisle
Building work on an affordable housing development in Cumwhinton Village near Carlisle has been completed by Two Castles Housing Association and Esh Group. The £1.2m development, called Quentin Gardens, is the first to be completed by the partnership working as Hadrian Development Solutions and provides eight new affordable homes to rent for people with a connection to the village or surrounding area.
New affordable homes in Sedgemoor
Southwestern Housing Society has submitted a planning application to develop 11 two- and three-bedroom houses at Ashlawn Farm off Pill Road in Rooksbridge. The affordable housing scheme will be aimed mainly at first-time buyers looking to live in Sedgemoor.
Affordable new homes in Scotland
Over 400 vacant residential properties in Scotland are to be brought back into use in the next decade under a Scottish Government scheme to create more affordable homes. Seventeen housing associations have been awarded a total of £4.5m to help renovate the properties.
Affordable homes in Doncaster
Housebuilder Persimmon Homes will pay Doncaster Council close to £1m for the construction of affordable housing as part of a wider residential scheme on the Manor Farm site in Bessacarr. The affordable housing element of the project will provide shared ownership homes.