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8 Aug 2018
The two, three and four-bedroomed properties will provide affordable homes for low-cost rent and also Buyin Part with Shared Ownership, where people can buy a percentage of a new home.
The new housing on Bishopton Road, Grove Hill will offer a variety of modern house designs to suit a range of requirements.
The 92 home development, which is being delivered by Thirteen, is being built by construction and regeneration specialist, Galliford Try Partnerships North, with support funding from Homes England will provide much-needed homes for local people in Middlesbrough.
The new homes are expected to be available from spring 2019.
Ian Wardle, Chief Executive at Thirteen, said:
“We’re really pleased to have started work on these new homes, which will address the demand for affordable housing in Middlesbrough.
“It’s a fantastic housing and regeneration project which will bring investment to the area and create local jobs during construction.
“We’re looking forward to working closely with partners to deliver a development which will enhance the area and create a positive legacy for years to come.”
Councillor Lewis Young, Middlesbrough Council’s Executive member for Economic Development and Infrastructure, said:
“Middlesbrough is fast becoming a place people want to invest, work and live in, and a diverse housing offer plays a vital role in our strategy to attract businesses and people to our city, as well as provide good quality homes to our current residents.
“Providing affordable housing is an especially important component to our overall housing strategy.
“We are often asked about our plans for brownfield sites especially in relation to housebuilding, and the Grove Hill development is a perfect example of what Middlesbrough Council and its partners are doing to see brownfield sites brought back into use.”
Alastair Haworth, Senior Specialist, Public Sector Land at Homes England, said:
“Homes England works with partners to ensure that affordable homes are built wherever they are needed. It’s fantastic to see how the funding that we’ve provided to Thirteen, is making a real difference in delivering modern accommodation for people in Middlesbrough.”
Sean Egan, Managing Director with Galliford Try Partnerships North, said:
“We are delighted to have been selected by Thirteen to deliver this major housing initiative on Teesside. Our core business is providing homes, of all tenures, which improve the quality and choice of housing across the region.”
This is the latest development in Middlesbrough from Thirteen who are building 2,000 new affordable homes across the Tees Valley and beyond over the next few years. These homes will be available at low-cost rents as well as Buyin Part with Shared Ownership so more people can have a great new home.
To find out more about renting or Buyin Part with Shared Ownership visit www.thirteengroup.co.uk or give us a call on 0300 111 1000.