New affordable homes in Wales
The Welsh Finance Minister Jane Hutt has announced a £30m housing investment package, which includes funding for the construction of new affordable homes in Wales. The package is part of a wider £91.5m capital investment package for housing, education, transport, health and flood defence.
Affordable new homes in Basildon
Genesis is offering a selection of Shared ownership homes for sale at Cleves Court in Pitsea - located in the east of Basildon in south Essex. Buyers can purchase between 25% and 75% and can increase their share at any time, all the way to 100% and outright ownership. Prices at Cleves Court start from £24,375 for a 25% share in a one bedroom apartment based on a full market value of £97,500 and £30,125 for a two bedroom apartment based on a full market price of £120,500.
Affordable homes in South Gloucestershire
Sovereign will provide 61 affordable homes at its flagship zero-carbon Hanham Hall development in South Gloucestershire, near Bristol. Sovereign has signed a contract with Barratt Homes to take the affordable homes at the new community. These will consist of 54 general needs rental properties, eight of which will be wheelchair accessible, and seven shared ownership homes.
New affordable homes in Somerset
Heather Kidd, a South Shropshire district councillor and an affordable housing expert, will appear in mid-Somerset this weekend to share her wisdom on how to help increase the supply of affordable housing. The event at Blackford, which is being put on by Wells MP Tessa Munt, willtake place at 2pm on Saturday, January 19, at Poolbridge Meeting Rooms on Poolbridge Road.
Affordable new homes in Cornwall
Residents will be given another chance to offer their opinion about plans for an affordable housing development planned for Mylor. Cornwall Council has organised a meeting for the central sub-area planning committee members, which will ultimately make the decision. The event will be held at the Tremayne Hall on Wednesday 23 January 23 at 6pm. Two thirds of 30 homes planned at Bells Hill by Devon and Cornwall Housing Group would be affordable - a mix of shared ownership and rental - the remainder being open market.
Affordable homes in Lincolnshire
Over £20m will be spent by North Kesteven District Council over the next four years on building new homes to meet demand for new affordable housing. The money will be used to deliver at least 105 new affordable homes in Sleaford, Ruskington, North Hykeham plus a number of smaller, rural communities.