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New affordable homes handed over to Midland Heart

Vistry Partnerships has handed the first of 60 affordable homes in Grendon to local housing association Midland Heart.

Following the handover, the first residents moved into their new homes which are located within commuting distance to some of the region’s major cities and towns, such as Leicester, Coventry, Birmingham and Tamworth.

‘Despite only being halfway through the build, our Spon Lane project in partnership with Midland Heart, North Warwickshire Borough Council and Homes England has already boosted the local housing supply by bringing forward much-needed affordable family homes to the area,’ said East Midlands business development manager, Paul Hanley.

‘Once complete, the new development will feature a range of properties with a mix of tenures, and with great access to several nearby cities and towns, the site is perfectly suited for commuters and young families. We wish every happiness to all the residents moving into their new homes.’

In total, Vistry Partnerships is building 120 two, three and four bedroom-homes providing much-needed homes for the local area.

Half of the 120 properties will be released for open market sale through Vistry Partnerships’ award-winning housebuilding arm Linden Homes, while the remaining 60 properties will be available for affordable rent and shared ownership through Midland Heart.

‘The Midlands needs more affordable homes and we’re committed to building as many as we can over the next few years. We’re delighted to have worked in partnership with Vistry on this development in Grendon and look forward to welcoming more new families soon,’ said Midland Heart’s director of development, Chris Miller.

With the remaining affordable homes under construction, the entire Spon Lane project is expected to be complete by Summer 2022.

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