Council Housing New Build Programme
The Council has a programme of new build housing development. This page gives you details of our forthcoming developments.
|Site||Linkwood Steadings Phase 1||Strathcona Road||Grantown Road||Linkwood Steadings Phase 2||Driving Range|
|estimated completion||Spring 2018||Summer 2018||Summer 2018||Winter 2018||Winter 2018|
view plans here
|view site plan||view site plan||view site plan||view site plan||view site plan|
|1 bed, 2 person flat||8||12||12||4||8|
|2 bed, 3 person bungalow||4||2|
|2 bed, 4 person wheelchair accessible bungalow||2||3||2|
|3 bed, 5 person bungalow||2||2|
|3 bed, 5 person 2-storey house|
|3 bed, 6 person 2-storey house||4||4|
|4 bed, 7 person 2-storey house||4||2||2||6|
|4 bed, 7 person wheelchair accessible bungalow|
|5 bed, 9 person 2-storey house||1|
How do I apply for Council housing?
Find out how to apply for one of our properties on our accessing Council housing page.
How do you allocate new build Council housing?
We have a Local Lettings Plan to help us decide who to allocate new build properties which are being let for the first time.
Designing new build housing
We have tried to design the new housing around the needs of the likely occupants. This means that, as far as possible, we have tried to:
- build family housing away from road traffic hazards where possible, close to play areas and open spaces
- build bungalows in clusters, on level plots, as close to bus stops as possible and away from play areas
Our 2-storey, family sized houses are usually semi-detached, have modern kitchens with space for a dining table, have an upstairs bathroom with over-bath shower and a downstairs toilet.
Our bungalows have small, manageable private gardens, modern kitchens with space for a dining table, bathrooms with level access showers as standard.
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