Housing and Utilities
The government is helping local councils and developers work with local communities to plan and build better places to live for everyone. The government scheme includes building affordable housing, improving the quality of rented housing, helping more people to buy a home, and providing housing support for vulnerable people.
You may be aware of the regeneration currently going on in Newton Farm. The Oval Development represents a major multi-million-pound programme of improvement and regeneration across an area that includes Kilvert Road, Broxash Drive, Belmont Road, and Beattie Avenue in Hereford. The regeneration is the largest and most ambitious initiative that Herefordshire Housing Ltd. (HHL) has ever undertaken. It involves demolition, new build and refurbishment and will transform the area by creating a sustainable community that improves choices and life changes for residents.
The scheme will include replacing 194 flats (some still due for demolition) with 259 new properties including one-bed and two-bed flats, one-bedroom bungalows and houses ranging from one-bedroom to four-bed. HHL will rent 130 of these properties, and the remaining 129 are for sale privately through the developer Keepmoat Ltd. Click here for more information about Keepmoat Ltd.
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