Published: 7th Apr 2021

Around 1,500 affordable homes are set to be built across the West Sussex boroughs of Adur and Worthing. Last week, the local authorities’ joint strategic committee approved the adoption of the ‘Developing Pathways to Affordable Homes’ scheme, which will form part of the Housing Strategy for 2020-2023. It means a combined total of 1,400 affordable homes will be built by 2025 – a minimum of 250 of which will be directly delivered by the two councils. The move is part of the authorities’ ambition to provide a more diverse, affordable tenure type, with an emphasis on creating multiple routes to home ownership – from shared ownership through to rent to save schemes. Both Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council believe the delivery of homes should help communities thrive, further work on sustainability and deliver new skills and jobs, as modern methods of construction are adopted. The goals will be … (To read the full article, subscribe below)