Lincolnshire Housing Partnership (LHP) has unveiled 15 new homes as part of the transformation of a disused garage site on Grimsby’s East Marsh.
In total, 15 new two-bedroom homes have been built on land off Harlech Way and Werneth Road, in the town. With the new homes have come new names, with eight units located on Lily Mews and a further seven units on Jasmine Mews
The modern homes include downstairs toilets, fitted kitchens, resident parking and rear gardens with the properties built around a central courtyard parking zone. The homes have been raised up to comply with flood risk measures ensuring we are future proofing our dwellings for years to come.
LHP Development Manager Ben Radley said: “We’re extremely pleased that work has been completed on transforming these sites – not only will we be providing high-quality new homes, but we are helping to regenerate the neighbourhood too.
“There is an established need for two-bedroom affordable homes in the area for families, single people and couples, and this will help us meet local requirements.”
Part-funded by Homes England, the properties have been designed by Grimsby-based practice Ross Davy Associates, with construction carried out by North Lincolnshire contractors G.S.Kelsey Limited. LHP have been assisted in the project by Michael Dyson Associates who have acted as LHP’s Employers Agent.
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