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Yorkshire Housing acquires first homes at new Knaresborough development

Countryside Partnerships has handed Yorkshire Housing the keys to the first of 120 new homes in Boroughbridge.

The Castle Locke development features a mix of tenures which are shared ownership, affordable rent, rent to buy and market sale, providing flexibility and accessibility to potential homeowners. With a range of bedroom configurations, the homes cater to individuals and families of different sizes.

As part of our effort to tackle the climate crisis and to future proof our homes, all properties on this development benefit from electric vehicle charging points too.

This site which started in 2021 is scheduled to be completed in 2024. The project represents a £25 million pound investment, highlighting our commitment to building new homes that people can be proud of.

Development Project Manager, Steven Harrison said:  “We’re thrilled to get the keys to the first 11 of 120 new homes in Boroughbridge.

“Knaresborough is a thriving market town with a need for more affordable housing and this development significantly helps address this.

“Yorkshire Housing has a goal of delivering 8,000 new homes and the site takes us closer to achieving this target.”

Andy Poyner, Managing Director at Countryside Partnerships said: “We’re delighted to have handed over the first homes for Yorkshire Housing at the Castle Locke development in Knaresborough.

“The need for more affordable homes across the region is acute and we’re proud to be supporting Yorkshire Housing with its ambitious development programme.”

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