Shared Ownership enables people an affordable way into home ownership, and overall monthly costs are usually less than you would pay in rent for an equivalent property on the open market.
This Sixty Bricks development at Priory Court will deliver 83 new homes, of which 21 will be for social rent, 19 for shared ownership and 43 for private sale.
The new homes will be a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments in three blocks ranging from five to six stories in height. All homes will feature private gardens or balconies and access to landscaped communal areas and play areas.
The design proposals included a new Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) built to Sports England standards, office and amenity spaces, children's play area and a range of environmental improvements.
Consultation Period: July to October 2022
Sixty Bricks commissioned NewmanFrancis as the Independent Tenants' and Residents Advice Service in July 2022 to arrange a number of consultation events for the community to have their say in shaping the design proposals for this scheme. NewmanFrancis spoke to nearly 300 people on the estate and 4 workshops were held with those who use the existing Multi Use Games Area (MUGA).
83 residential homes that will include 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom apartments for social rent, shared ownership and market sale. More than two-thirds of homes being provided will be family-sized apartments.
Proposals also include a new Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) built to Sports England standards, a children's play area and a range of estate improvements.
The public consultation for this development has now closed. The scheme was submitted to the Local Planning Authority in March 2023.
Development is expected to start in late 2023 and completed by the end of 2025.
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