Published: 17th Mar 2020

Housing developers Torus have announced £75m worth of investment to create social housing in Warrington.  The regeneration of Warrington is part of a 20-year vision held by the council and includes the development of more affordable homes in the area. Torus is the largest provider of social housing in the borough and the group will work closely with the council to identify the areas that are in need of direct investment. Currently, 466 homes are in the development process and a further 130 are in the pipeline. The homes will be a mix of rent and ownership through affordable solutions like shared ownership and rent to buy. The development of 144 apartments in the area are also underway and will offer a choice of one and two bedroomed apartments available through rent to buy. According to the council, this scheme will help make the transition from renting to buying easier … (To read the full article, subscribe below)