Ex-school could house low-cost living scheme

An appeal has been made for people to register their interest in a low-cost living scheme, which could be potentially launched at a former village school.
The Gazette has been told that Northumberland County Council is currently in talks with Ad Hoc Property Management about implementing the property-guardians initiative at the ex-Seahouses First School, which was a victim of the two-tier education switch.
Under the scheme, tenants pay a minimal monthly fee to live at the site. Ad Hoc says the initiative helps to protect empty buildings by bringing them back into use and tackles the problem... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Art & Culture, Views: 32
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