11 Oct

New housing plans announced for Hampshire

New housing plans announced for Hampshire

Up to 1,300 new homes could be built in Hampshire after a number of housing providers secured funding from the government to go ahead with the affordable housing scheme.

The consortium behind the plans, the Wayfarer Partnership, will build the houses as part of a wider plan to build 80,000 homes across the country with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) investing around £20 million into the project. 

Those looking for property for sale in Hampshire will undoubtedly be pleased by the news but plan are also afoot for developments in Surrey, Berkshire, Sussex, Wiltshire and Dorset.

Colin Molton, HCA executive director for the south and south-west, said: "This agreement is great news as it will see much needed new homes delivered and make a significant difference to the local communities in which we work.

"Our local teams have worked closely with the Wayfarer Partnership over recent months to ensure that its programme brings the maximum benefit for local people."

The news has been welcomed especially warmly after plans for 2,000 new homes in Hampshire were rejected last month.





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