Three families, who are currently waiting on BCP council’s housing register, are to be able to move into new homes in Bournemouth.
Developed by the council’s housing delivery team, the site in Ibbertson Way, Strouden Park was formerly occupied by 16 garages.
The development consists of two, two-bedroom houses and one three- bedroom house. The new council homes all have gardens and parking spaces. They incorporate sustainable features to help reduce utility costs. These include increased thermal efficiency, solar panels, a sun pipe to enhance natural daylight and triple glazing.
Cllr Robert Lawton, BCP Council’s portfolio holder for homes said: “We are delighted that this project is now completed, which will provide three light and spacious new family homes. I would like to thank our teams who have been involved in this project for their dedicated work in getting the houses completed in good time.
“We hope the three families who will soon be moving in will be very happy in their new homes.”
The properties are owned and managed by BCP Council and will be let on an affordable rent.
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