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On Tuesday 31st October 2017, Halton Housing’s largest ever mixed tenure development, Tan House Lane in Widnes was completed. The scheme comprises of 175 homes, and Halton Housing have commissioned a play area to be built on site which is due to open in coming weeks. The development is located in the Tan House Lane area, formerly derelict land, which now, due to the many homes being built in the area is quickly transforming in to a thriving community.
The development comprises of a mixture of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and homes. As the scheme has been completed in stages, the first stage being completed back in October 2016, many of the homes in this scheme are now already tenanted.
Nicky Harris, Halton Housing’s Development Manager said:
‘The completion of the second phase of properties on the Tan House estate is a major landmark for Halton Housing as this brings the number of Affordable properties in rental to 123 on this fantastic development, our largest new build scheme yet. This has transformed the area completely, a process which is continuing with the handover of 10 highly desirable shared ownership houses on the estate in spring next year.’
Halton Housing worked in partnership with Russell Homes, the contractor used on this development to create a completely mixed tenure scheme. 42 of the homes within this development were sold for private sale by Russell Homes.
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Works started on site at Montgomery Road in early February. The development comprises of eight new properties, six two-bedroom houses and two three bedroom houses, and will all be available for affordable rent.
Following the recent successful build of Grange House, Halton Housing will again be building the homes using innovative construction techniques, materials and methods. This includes: sustainable, low carbon, closed timber frame panel homes using “off site” construction techniques, alternative approaches to the foundations and the use of maintenance free roof coverings and rainwater fittings.
The new build development is due to be completed in summer 2018.
The Warrington Road development will provide the Tan House Lane area with 31 homes for affordable rent, and 18 homes which will be managed by Halton Housing’s commercial subsidiary. The remaining 69 homes will be sold by Russell Homes, the building contractor employed on this development.
Work on the development is expected to begin in March, with the initial demolition and remediation of the site being followed by a 3.5-year construction programme. The first homes are expected to be completed on this development in early 2019.
Waterfront View, located in the heart of Widnes, is a development of ten 3 bedroom semi-detached homes.
These attractive and spacious homes, provide comfortable living spaces, three well-proportioned bedrooms, a generous garden, and designated parking spaces. Each home offers an open plan kitchen-diner, with a fully fitted kitchen. The luxury bathroom, en-suite to the master bedroom and downstairs W/C are fully tiled and have heated handrails.
The homes at Waterfront View are due for completion in April 2018.
The Tan House Lane development was completed in stages up until late 2017. The first 16 homes were completed in October 2016.
Partnering with Russell Homes, Tan House Lane is Halton Housing’s most ambitious development to date, aiming to transform derelict land into a thriving community. A mixture of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and houses are on offer, designed to appeal to a wide range of customers.
Work started in December 2016 on the transformation of Victoria House, the former cottage hospital in Runcorn.
The £2.9 million project, which was grant funded by the HCA (Homes and Communities Agency), will see the creation of 28 new homes on the site on Holloway, and will involve the selective demolition and conversion of the existing building with complimentary new build.
Working with John McCall Architects, Bardsley Construction, Aecom and the Alan Johnson Partnership, the scheme is expected to be completed by spring 2018.
Built on a former junior school site in Runcorn, the Latham Avenue development comprises of a mixed tenure of 95 homes; 83 homes for affordable rent and 12 homes for private sale by Seddon Homes, the scheme builder’s sister company.
Latham Avenue was completed on the 12th November 2017 to a high specification, and has been extremely popular with local residents.
Located in the Grangeway area, Runcorn the Pine Road development comprises of a mixture of one and two bedroom apartments, two and three bedroom houses and three bungalows, all for affordable rent.
Pine Road was completed on the 15th November, 2017 and is a £3.8 million development creating modern affordable housing stock in Runcorn. In total, there are 42 homes which make up this development.