A multi-million-pound development of affordable homes in Euxton, Chorley is nearing completion, with the first of 51 new homes handed over.
Mulbury has worked together with registered housing provider One Vision Housing to bring the new properties to life, which are being made available for shared ownership and affordable rent.
Supported by a £2m grant funding from Homes England – which aids in bringing properties to a new and thriving suburban area – the Daisy Bank Meadows development comprises a mix of 41 two, three and four-bedroom houses and 10 one-bedroom apartments.
Arranged around two cul-de-sacs, the Daisy Bank Meadow scheme also features a public green created around an existing pond. Located between the A49 Wigan Road, Dunrobin Drive and the River Yarrow, it is close to local shops, services and transport routes.
Greg Mulligan, director of Mulbury, said: “We’re proud to be working in partnership with One Vision Housing to deliver these much-needed affordable homes in Euxton.
“The scheme will help plug the gap for well-priced homes in this area of Chorley and will enable local people to stay close to family and the area they grew up in a more affordable way.”
Ian Mitchell, managing director for One Vision Housing, added: “We’re pleased to see residents moving into our first phase of homes at Daisy Bank Meadows in Euxton, Chorley.
“Our collection of new energy efficient homes forms part of our plans to be net zero carbon by 2050 and will offer affordable tenures to the area, with opportunities for local residents to get onto the property ladder through shared ownership.”
A show home at Daisy Bank Meadows is available to view by appointment, which will be carried out in line with the latest government guidelines.