Derbyshire Dales District Council pushes ahead with plans to build and manage properties again



Councillors have agreed to push forward with plans that could see Derbyshire Dales District Council build and manage houses again for the first time in nearly 20 years.
The authority hopes to fill a void in demand for housing fit for the area’s more vulnerable population – and build homes which better suit their needs.
The project is thought to cost £6.6 million and would be fully funded largely through housing developer contributions but also with grants from Homes England and down payments from residents buying into shared ownership schemes.
It could see 50 homes built by 2024 and all... read more

 
15 March 2019 in Regional East, Views: 17
Source: Belper News
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