Residents can hear plans for new homes at consultation event | believe housing

Residents can hear plans for new homes at consultation event

26 July 2016 - Latest news

A public consultation will provide further details of a housing development in Durham.ged-walsh

believe housing is proposing to build eight new homes at Folly Terrace, Pity Me on the outskirts of the city centre.

Between 5pm and 7pm on Monday, 1 August at Woodbine Road Community Centre residents can hear more about the plans as well as look at site maps, artist impressions and street scenes.

The development is part of the group’s commitment to building 700 new homes within seven years, following its establishment in 2015 with local landlords Dale & Valley Homes, Durham City Homes and East Durham Homes.

Ged Walsh, Director of Assets and Regeneration, said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to continue with our new build ambitions to deliver affordable homes to local people unable to access properties on the open market.”

For more information about the event contact Kate Abson, Senior Manager of Regeneration and Commercial Activities, on 0191 349 7644 or email

Pictured above: Ged Walsh, Director of Assets and Regeneration


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