New affordable homes for local people have been officially opened as part of a phased garage redevelopment programme.
The scheme at Boundary Road, West Bridgford, is the latest in a series of successful redevelopments of former garage sites.
Lisbeth Banner, Development Manager from Metropolitan Thames Valley said: “This has been a fantastic partnership with the Council and it was great to have Cllr Upton along to formerly open the next phase, which is helping local people afford some beautiful new homes.”
Cllr Roger Upton, Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Housing, Planning and Waste Management said: “It is great to be collaborating with Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing and by working together, we are securing good quality affordable housing to meet local housing need, sustain jobs and improve the economy.
“The scheme at Boundary Road consisting of two three bedroom bungalows available for shared ownership is designed to help residents with small deposits and lower incomes to get on the property ladder.
“It is one of six sites of a phased garage redevelopment programme which will deliver 23 homes for affordable rent and shared ownership in Aslockton, East Bridgford, Cotgrave, Radcliffe on Trent and West Bridgford.”