Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG) is delighted to announce plans for 130 new homes in Newall Green, Wythenshawe.
This £11.7 million impressive development on Greenbrow Road is due to complete in late 2017 with a show home and marketing suite opening in spring 2017.
The development – on a brownfield site at Greenbrow Road, west Wythenshawe – will create 52 houses for sale and shared ownership and 78 apartments for affordable rent through WCHG.
The Homes & Communities Agency (HCA) have part funded this project at £1.84m with the scheme being awarded to Lovells construction following a competitive tendering process.
Chairman of the WCHG Board, The Rt Revd Dr David Walker, Bishop of Manchester said, “I'm delighted that we are able to develop these new homes and extend the choices for people who wish to live here in Wythenshawe, whether to rent or to buy. There will be no shortage of people wanting to come and live in them. We are a diverse and vibrant city with a young and growing population and are going to need many more homes like these over the next few years”.
Carl Moore, head of area for Liverpool City Region at the HCA said, “This project is a fantastic example of the delivery of new homes and a step change for the local community. It is a great example of partnership working of which the HCA are happy to support being delivered by Lovells."
Richard Coughlan, Deputy Chief Executive said, “We are delighted to launch this exciting new project and create much needed affordable housing for this area. This will be another Landmark development for the Group following on the Village 135 extra care scheme.”
Lovell regional director Nigel Yates says “We’re delighted to be working once again with Wythenshawe Community Housing Group helping deliver its major new-build housing programme.This development will bring a mix of smart modern new homes, available for rent, shared ownership and sale, to an area which has a real shortage of family homes as well as housing suitable for single people and first-time buyers. High levels of energy-efficiency will be built into the new homes helping residents save on fuel bills.”
The new homes will be built to Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes incorporating high-efficiency boilers, high-specification floor and cavity insulation and photovoltaic solar panels.
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