Published on Sunday, 1st October 2017


A milestone was reached in the construction of 60 houses and flats on the former Somerstown Health Centre and the 30 houses and 8 flats at Blendworth Crescent, Leigh Park with the topping out ceremony to mark the tallest buildings on both developments reaching their full height.


The two projects are part of the City Council’s programme to build over 200 affordable properties over the next few years – making it the largest wave of new council properties since the 1980s. Few other local authorities are building as many homes.


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