Partnership delivers new affordable homes to Towcester

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A range of affordable homes will help local people in housing need, thanks to a project involving Persimmon’s Midlands team and Grand Union.

A total of 95 new homes, developed at Towcester Grange – ranging from one to four bedrooms – have now been transferred to Grand Union, who will own and manage the homes as the developer’s housing association partner in Towcester. A further 40 affordable homes are planned for completion through 2024 and 2025.

Grand Union’s Dave Lakin said: “It’s great to work in partnership with national housebuilders like Persimmon. Our partnership at Towcester is enabling us to deliver more affordable homes than planning required.

“As a result, we’ve been able to deliver more homes for social and affordable rent and for shared ownership, all of which are in high demand and are let or sold really quickly.

“We’re pleased to be able to help meet the need for affordable housing locally. We’ve built 385 homes in Northants over the last three years, and we plan to build 355 more over the next few years, to help play our part in solving the UK’s housing crisis.”

David Ablett, Construction Director Designate at Persimmon Homes Midlands, said: “Handing over

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