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New homes in Melksham

George Ward School

We are in contract with Persimmon Homes to deliver 14 homes at George Ward School, Melksham.

The first phase included a mix of two and three bedroom houses which handed over to Selwood in December 2016, a further 6 x 1 bedroom apartments completed March 2017. 

Berryfield & Holbrook Vale

Berryfield & Holbrook Vale is a development of 14 homes.

10 properties in total over two sites. A mix of 4 x 1 bedroom apartments, 2 x 2 bed houses, 4 x 3 bed houses.

RJ Leighfield & Sons Ltd is the approved contractor.

The development completed the middle of September.

These affordable homes are jointly funded with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Longford Road, Melksham (Waverley 3)

Longford Road is a development of 12 homes including our first two homes for Market Sale, which are 3 bed houses, through Cottsbury Homes, which is part of the Selwood Housing Group. Both of these properties have been sold.

The mixture of affordable homes are 1 x 1 bed house, 7 x 2 bed houses and 2 x 3 bed houses and customers moved in October 2016.

Wildmoor Construction Ltd is the approved contractor.

The affordable homes are jointly funded with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Orchard Gardens

The one 2 x bedroom bungalow was built on a derelict garage site. This property was completed on 24th March. Wildmoor Construction was the contractor. This home was jointly funded with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Melksham Garage Cluster

We have redeveloped disused garage sites in various locations, these areas attracted vandalism and other forms of anti-social behaviour. The new properties provided 16 much needed new homes and tidied up these areas immensely.

Halsall Construction Ltd was the approved contractor. 

This was jointly funded with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Curtis Orchard, Broughton Gifford

This was a development for nine homes for affordable rent, including family houses and two apartments and was completed in May 2009. These homes were built and let to people with a local connection to the village.

We worked closely with the Parish Council to promote the scheme in the village, and on completion received a letter from them saying "The Parish Council were absolutely thrilled with the nine housing units provided by Selwood Housing, which were recently handed over to the lucky first tenants".

This followed on from our successful Chestnut Corner development in the village of Bratton in 2007.

All homes at Broughton Gifford were built to CSH3 and include lifetime home principles.

We jointly funded the development with the Homes & Communities Agency.

New housing development

Rear of Waverley House, Melksham

The development of seven family-sized homes for affordable rent, next to our first Waverley House scheme at Lewington Close, was completed in March 2009.

These homes were our first that were built to Level 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes and also incorporated lifetime home principles. They are some of our greenest homes yet in Melksham, complete with solar panels to help heat the water and energy efficient light bulbs, which will help tenants save money on their untility bills. The homes also have increased insulation, rainwater butts, compost bins and cycle storage.

We jointly funded the development with the Homes & Communities Agency.

 

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