Waverley Borough Council affordable housing developments
Waverley Borough Council has completed 14 new affordable homes at Station Road in Godalming in October 2016.
Waverley Borough Council started works to build 24 new affordable homes at Wey Court House,Godalming, in March 2017.
We are investing in the housing at Ockford Ridge, Godalming, to enhance it for the benefit of its existing residents and future generations. Planning permission has been granted for the refurbishment and redevelopment of the area, including provision of 34 additional affordable homes. The first phase of the redevelopment, known as Site D, is currently under construction expected to complete in Summer 2018.
Visit the Ockford Ridge refurbishment and redevelopment page for more information.
Housing association affordable housing developments
- Mount Green Housing Association is building 20 affordable homes as part of a larger development of 50 homes at Furze Lane, Farncombe. The homes are expected to be completed in Autumn 2018.
Sentinel has completed 14 affordable homes on land adjacent to Godalming College as part of a larger development of 46 homes.
Affinity Sutton has completed 37 affordable homes on a former office site at Wurth House, Catteshall Lane, Godalming. These form part of a larger development of 147 homes by Linden Homes.
- Mount Green Housing Association has completed seven affordable homes on the Shackleford Mushroom Farm site. This site straddles the boundary of Peperharow, Waverley and Shackleford, Guildford and nominations to the affordable homes have been shared between both councils.
48 affordable homes have been built at Milford Green, on the former Milford Hospital site by Thames Valley Housing Association.
For Waverley Borough Council affordable housing developments, please contact Louisa Blundell, Housing Development Manager, by email to email@example.com or telephone 01483 523205.
For housing association developments, please contact Alice Lean, Housing strategy and Enabling Manager, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01483 523252
Page owner: Esther Lear. Last updated: 07/08/2017 09:43