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New homes in Wythenshawe
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group's development arm Garden City Homes used our team to build 147 new homes with a varied tenure mix of 80 shared ownership, 29 outright sales and 38 rent to buy apartments.
The homes are adjacent to the Manchester Enterprise Academy where we built the Drury Building in 2017, providing more space at the academy.
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group’s group chief executive Nigel Wilson said:
“This exciting project created much needed affordable housing for this area extending choices for local people wishing to rent or buy. We have a diverse and vibrant community with a young and growing population; this development of 147 new homes ia another landmark development for the Group following our Village 135 Extra Care Scheme.”
For Willmott Dixon, it’s another substantial development in Manchester, following the recently completed Limelight for Trafford Housing Trust, which created a mixed-use development in Old Trafford. This now provides a community centre, bistro café, pharmacy, health care facilities and 80 extra-care apartments with a vision as a community health and well-being hub.