Affordable Housing Development

The development of the affordable houses is continuing.


  • The access road to the dwellings has now been completed subject to a final top dressing.

  • The foundations ground layer is complete with the piling now started in mid-April.

  • The footpath through the site is now re-opened.

  • The initial connection for mains water to the site and eventually the dwellings has been completed

  • The connection to the electricity supply to the site has also been completed


General

There have been further submissions and discussions on the surface drainage. These now show on the website. There will be further road closures of the B661 to accommodate final integration of all services.


Occupation of the Properties

The dwellings are not now expected to be ready for occupation until late 2022 or early 2023. Any applicants for both the rented properties and the shared ownership will be assessed against the local criterion.


In order to register interest in the homes

Please email : CHG.Registrationofinterest@placesforpeople.co.uk


Shared Ownership

It is the intention to try to sell the shared ownership off of plans.

People need to register with the Help to Buy agent for the south of England https://www.helptobuyagent3.org.uk/ . These databases will hold much of the key information required and will be cross checked against the names on the e-mail register above.

The shared ownership plots have been valued 100% as follows: The portion to be included in any purchase needs to be negotiated.

2 bed house £255,000

3 bed house £310,000

However, these prices are subject to revision and will be revalued 3 months prior to the sales completion date.


Rented Accommodation

People need to be registered on the HDC Homelink system https://www.home-link.org.uk/choice/

The rents for the social rent properties are already set and won’t change. They are:

1 bed flat £84.53 per week

2 bed house £113.26

2 bed bungalow £108.38

3 bed house £124.91


If you have any queries please contact me.

Bob Jewell




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