Cornwall news Work resumes on new homes where locals will have priority UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The first phase of work will be completed next year

Cornwall news Work resumes on new homes where locals will have priority UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The first phase of work will be completed next year

Cornwall news  Work resumes on new homes where locals will have priority UK news
27 June 2022 - 14:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Work has resumed on a new housing estate where local people will be given priority. The Bann an Hyns development of 46 new homes in Liskeard came to an abrupt halt when Midas Group went bust earlier this year, leading many to worry that the homes would never be completed. Now Treveth Development has confirmed that work has resumed at Maudlin Farm after local company Classic Builders was appointed to complete the work. The Bann an Hyns project on land south of Lake Lane on the eastern side of the town is being developed by Treveth, the partnership company set up by Cornwall Council, to deliver new homes and commercial development to benefit people who live and work in Cornwall. It will feature 35 homes for private rent and 11 affordable homes, including seven affordable rent and four shared ownership properties. Classic Builders is currently on site and carrying out preparation works in advance of building works recommencing in early July 2022.

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. Tim Mullholland, managing director of Treveth, said Treveth’s mission is to improve the quality of new homes in Cornwall, especially in the private rented sector, and to foster new communities by offering three-year tenancies as standard. It prioritises local people first when renting its properties, with its developments aimed at households who have local links either through residency, employment or close family. He added: “We are very pleased to see work resuming on this important project for the Liskeard community. It’s hard to understate the impact on the regional construction sector caused by the sudden demise of Midas Group and across the region there are many projects that remain stalled. Treveth acted quickly to secure the Bann an Hyns site and our early work on contingency planning has enabled us to restart activity on site at the earliest opportunity.” READ NEXT: Cornish shopkeeper hits out at 'horrible' customers who are making his staff want to quit Huge hotel and 40 new homes in village among Cornwall plans Death notices and funeral announcements from Cornwall this week Mysterious locked green door in hedge opens up for viewings George Eustice and Derek Thomas would lose seats in Cornwall if election held now, YouGov poll suggests

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