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Affordable Homes up for Grabs in Whalley

Lawson Rise Homes
KEY TO THE DOOR – Simon Hore, chairman of Ribble Valley Borough Council’s health and housing committee, with the council’s housing strategy manager, Rachael Stott (right) and Rachel O’Connor, development manager at St Vincent’s Housing Association.
Published Tuesday, 15 November 2016

A raft of new homes for affordable sale or rent will be up for grabs by Ribble Valley residents over the coming months.

Sixteen two and three-bedroom houses are available at Lawson Rise in Whalley – seven for affordable rent that have already been snapped up and nine for shared ownership.

The spacious garden properties are built to a unique specification by innovative developer Redrow.

Fourteen two and three-bedroom flats and houses are also available at a 30 per cent discount at Monk’s Cross in Mitton Road, Whalley, starting from £122,500.

And a further 15 discount sale and 12 shared ownership bungalows and two and three-bedroom houses will be made available at the development in due course.

Monk’s Cross is developed by David Wilson, which specialises in building energy-efficient homes.

A further 24 two and three-bedroom properties will be also offered for discount sale or shared ownership at Abbeyfields in Hayhurst Road, Whalley, over the coming months.

Simon Hore, chairman of Ribble Valley Borough Council’s health and housing committee, said: “The provision of affordable housing is one of the council’s biggest challenges and we are working closely with developers and housing partners to address the problem.

“We are delighted to have supported these excellent schemes, which will make much-needed high-quality properties available to residents with a local connection for affordable rent, shared ownership or sale.”

The properties are available for residents with a local connection, particularly from Whalley, and further information is available from Ribble Valley Borough Council’s housing team on 01200 425111.

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