Development is giving families chance to stay

Longframlington Homes development. From l-r Lisa Hogarth Two Castle's Project Manager Development, Leigh Cresswell, Business Development Director Partner Construction, Matthew Spawton Partner Construction, and Paul Graves HCA local area manager.
Longframlington Homes development. From l-r Lisa Hogarth Two Castle's Project Manager Development, Leigh Cresswell, Business Development Director Partner Construction, Matthew Spawton Partner Construction, and Paul Graves HCA local area manager.
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A new £3.6million affordable homes scheme is giving families the chance to stay in their community.

Two Castles Housing Association, working with developer Partner Construction, has built 25 energy-efficient homes for rent in Longframlington.

The development, at Healeycote View, on Rothbury Road, comprises two-bedroom bungalows and two, three and four-bedroom homes.

All the properties have been allocated to people with a strong local connection, with the majority from the village.

Rob Brittain, property services director at Two Castles Housing Association, said: “Demand is high across Northumberland for affordable housing and our development at Healeycote View will provide much-needed, modern housing for local people to rent.

“All of the properties were quickly allocated to families with a strong connection to Longframlington, meaning people who might otherwise have been forced to move away are now able to enjoy high-quality housing in their community.

“By working with partners to provide these homes we are helping to maintain and build a sustainable community for the future of Longframlington.”