The first 30 brand new LHP homes have been officially unveiled.
Twenty-one rental and nine part rent, part buy - shared ownership homes have been revealed at Mayflower Gardens – an attractive new development in the popular Old Leake village, near Boston.
Increasing the supply of affordable accommodation, LHP has developed a mix of both rental accommodation and popular shared ownership properties including:
Four one-bedroom rental homes
Seventeen two and three-bedroom rental houses
Nine two and three-bedroom shared ownership homes.
LHP head of asset management Martin Woods said: “These are modern, first-class affordable properties in a lovely location.
“We’re extremely pleased to be able to officially unveil them – they help us meet demand for properties and provide more housing options for local residents – both people who want affordable rent without having to save a deposit or pay admin fees and people who are struggling to get a foot on the property ladder.”
Part funded by Homes England and LEP and designed and developed by local construction company Lindum Homes; Mayflower Gardens sits in an attractive countryside location a short walkfrom the village centre with its host of local amenities.
These are the first set of homes LHP has officially unveiled since forming at the beginning of April from a merger between Boston Mayflower and Shoreline Housing Partnership - a move which will see the provision of an extra 60 new homes within Lincolnshire each year.
Martin added: “These are our first set of new homes, with more to come – an extra 60 homes per year will enable us to house an additional 4,000 people over the next 30 years.”
Lincolnshire Housing Partnership Limited registered as a charitable Community Benefit Society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 with registered number: 7748.
Registered Office: Westgate Park, Charlton Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire DN31 1SQ