In something like this, everyone wins.
(PRWeb UK) February 27, 2011
The coming 16 months will see a major makeover for an old contaminated industrial site in Coventry, as 70 new houses are built there.
The Windmill Road site, which understandably had been wasteland for several years, is to be built on by the Cassidy Group for the Jephson Homes Housing Association in conjunction with the Coventry City Council, with funds contributed also by the Homes and Communities Agency.
The new estate of family houses, disabled accommodation, flats and maisonettes will be positioned adjacent to Longford Park, and UK Knack Group’s managing director is happy with the employment prospects, saying, “A lot of young fellows from the Coventry City College should be able to put their training into practice, and again the various service industries will have their slices of the cake as the project gets larger and makes more demands of community facilities and resources.
“In something like this, everyone wins.”
Ian Woodland Jephson’s development and property asset manager, was quoted as stating “Projects of this magnitude need finely tuned working partnerships, and this has certainly been one such. The city council, HCA, Cassidy’s and ourselves, we’ve all toiled conscientiously to bring this new housing community together and we’re very proud of the achievement.”
Ross Manford, investment and regeneration manager for the HCA Midlands added that this can only help reinforce North East Coventry’s urban regeneration.
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