KPH hands over 69 new affordable homes at Castle Street, Luton

Key Partnership Homes Ltd is delighted to have completed its development of 69 new residential flats at Castle Street in Luton and has handed the project over to our Client, Hightown Housing Association on what is their first major land-led delivery of housing in the town.

The development was officially opened by the Mayor of Luton, Cllr Naseem Ayub during a special ceremony, with a number of other Senior Council Members and Officers in attendance together with key staff from the Housing Association itself, as well as KPH’s Commercial Director David Taylor, Business Development Manager David Gauntlett and Site Manager Ashley Limer. Preceding the traditional ribbon-cutting was a presentation by Hightown’s Chief Executive David Bogle and Chair of the Board Robert McNaughton, both of whom were very complimentary about the development.

Known as Lintone Place, the development of one and two-bedroom flats will provide 53 affordable-rented properties and 16 shared ownership properties across three separate blocks, with a secure internal parking courtyard available for future residents. Such is the demand for affordable properties in the Luton area, residents have already started moving in to their new homes.

Please view our Case Studies page for further information on this project.

   

 

 

November 19, 2018 12:04 pm Published by
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