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Cross Keys Homes is continuing to invest in Huntingdonshire with its second development site in Godmanchester now underway.
Cross Keys Homes is building on its existing presence in the area to continue to deliver its ambitious development and growth programme.
With 20 affordable homes already provided at the Bearscroft Farm development site, just off the A14, Cross Keys Homes has opened a new Sales and Community Office to welcome residents who are interested in finding out more about the different homes available as well as provide a working base for Cross Keys Homes’ Community Liaison Officer to help establish a new community amongst residents moving in.
Cross Keys Homes’ Chief Executive, Claire Higgins, said: “Our new Sales and Community Office will be our main hub for this exciting development aiming to provide much more than just the affordable homes here.
“We are committed to helping Huntingdonshire District Council establish a new vibrant community which thrives, and this new Sales and Community Office will ensure we also help all residents to settle in and start to build their new lives here.”
Cross Keys Homes will provide Huntingdonshire District Council with 184 affordable rented and 79 shared ownership homes at this strategic development site over a five year period alongside 490 outright sale properties being built by national housebuilders David Wilson Homes.
Andy Moffat, Head of Development at Huntingdonshire District Council, added: “It is important that developments such as Bearscroft Farm help all those in need of a home. The contribution that this development by Cross Keys Homes will make to meeting the needs of those in need of both affordable rented and shared ownership housing is very welcome.”
Cross Keys Homes’ ambitious development programme will see at least 400 new homes built per year by 2020, helping to establish many more new communities like Bearscroft Farm and leading the way as a truly socially responsible business in the East of England.