new affordable homes completed in Chilton | believe housing

new affordable homes completed in Chilton

10 May 2019 - Latest news

One of the north east’s largest housing associations has completed a deal to bring new affordable homes to Chilton, near Newton Aycliffe.

A total of 11 spacious, new family homes are set to be offered for affordable rent at a new development for believe housing. The housing association has completed a deal with Avant Homes that will bring affordable living to the Peerfields development in the south of the village.

The high-spec homes are expected to welcome their first tenants this month. They are part of a £70m plus investment by believe housing that is bringing brand-new affordable homes to communities across County Durham.

The three-bedroom properties in Chilton are part of a programme of 700 new affordable homes across the region.

Nick Bradshaw-Hughes, Development Officer at believe housing, said: “We are passionate about providing new, high quality and affordable homes in as many parts of the region as possible. These homes in Chilton are a key part of what we’re looking to achieve.

“The houses are being built to a really high standard and reflect our commitment to providing a variety of affordable housing options for hard-working families.

“We’ve already completed new homes in communities stretching from Rookhope in the North Pennines to Seaham on the Durham Coast. Over the next three years we’ll be bringing extra affordable homes to dozens more communities across the region.”

believe housing, formerly known as County Durham Housing Group, already provides more than 18,000 affordable homes to families across the north east.

For more information call us on 0300 1311 999.

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