The first tranche of 69 low carbon homes for social rent on Silk Street in Newton Heath have been completed and passed to the first new residents.
A planning applications has been submitted for the redevelopment of the former Chorlton Leisure Centre as an affordable Later Living scheme for local people.
MSV Housing’s new ‘HAPPI’ development in South Manchester was launched today by Councillor Bev Craig, Councillor Gavin White and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham,
Building works in Newton Heath to deliver 69 zero and low carbon social homes on Council-owned land on Silk Street has reached its highest point - whilst some of the new homes near completion.
The new Manchester Living Rent has been launched as a way to increase the homes that all Manchester people can afford.
The This City housing development company – wholly owned by Manchester City Council - has formally launched today (Friday 4 February) to accelerate the number of new homes for Manchester people.
Work has started on site to build 69 low-carbon new social homes on Silk Street, Newton Heath.
Two zero carbon social properties – the first of their kind in the UK – have been completed and passed over to the first residents as part of a wider 22 low carbon housing development.