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Housing trust unveils 20 affordable new homes in rural village  

Twenty new apartments for affordable rent have been completed in the popular village of Tarporley in Cheshire.  
Oathills apartments Tarporley Weaver Vale Housing Trust

Twenty new apartments for affordable rent have been completed in the popular village of Tarporley in Cheshire.  

Cheshire-based housing association Weaver Vale Housing Trust has completed work on the new development of 20 one and two-bedroom apartments across two low-rise blocks.  

The apartments, all of which have been let, will see tenants with a local connection moving in over the coming weeks to the maisonette-style apartments.  

The development has open green spaces for residents to enjoy and there are also electric vehicle charging points, bike storage, and solar panels to ensure the homes are fit for the future. 

The scheme, which started on site in September 2021, has been part-funded by Homes England and brings much-needed affordable housing to the area. 

Weaver Vale Housing Trust has worked closely with Tarporley Parish Council to make sure that the homes meet the needs of local people.  

Built by the Casey Group and designed by John McCall Architects, the development is part of Weaver Vale’s wider commitment to deliver new affordable homes across Cheshire and Warrington.  

“Tarporley is a desirable place to live, and these new apartments crucially increase the number of affordable rent homes in the area. This reflects our wider commitment as an organisation to tackling inequalities in Cheshire and building back fairer. 

“This new development of high-quality, eco-friendly homes will help tenants move towards a greener, more sustainable way of living. 

“We’d like to thank Tarporley Parish Council for their support and input which has helped to ensure these homes meet local needs.” 

Jo Fallon, Director of Regeneration at Weaver Vale Housing Trust

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