Pickstock Construction Commence Work on Affordable Housing Site in Shropshire
Pickstock Construction has commenced work to develop land at Park Hall, Oswestry for an affordable housing scheme working in collaboration with Meres & Mosses Housing Association, part of Shropshire Housing Group. The group provides good quality homes, with affordable rent and currently owns and manages over 4,500 homes in and around Shropshire and Herefordshire. This development has been funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government who have pledged to invest £4.5bn through their Affordable Homes Programme.
Paul Sutton, Executive Director for Assets and Development said “Meres and Mosses Housing Association is pleased to be able to offer these much needed new homes to local people, and look forward to working with Pickstock Construction to complete this project.”
Pickstock Construction have now started on site to develop 18 homes. The site will comprise of two and three bed semi-detached houses and two bed bungalows. 14 homes will be let with affordable rent by Meres & Mosses Housing Association and four homes will be available to buy on a shared ownership basis.
Andy Jones, Managing Director of Pickstock Construction commented “We are really pleased to be working in collaboration with Meres & Mosses Housing Association to bring quality homes at an affordable prices to the area”.
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