TEN new affordable homes in Snitterfield specifically for local people will become available on Monday.
Warwickshire Rural Housing Association are due to complete building the houses in December and successful bidders will be able to move in by Christmas.
However, prospective tenants can place bids on the homes from Monday 14th October, provided they have registered with Stratford District Council’s Home Choice plus scheme.
There are three two-bedroom houses available for shared ownership, and seven homes available for renting; including four two-bedroom houses, two three-bedroom houses, and a two-bedroom bungalow.
Eight of the homes will be on Shaw Close and two of them will be on Bearley Road, although they're all on the same site.
The homes will be allocated to people with local connections. This includes anyone who was born in the village, who lives or works there, or used to live in the village but was forced to move away because of the lack of housing.
WRHA Company Secretary Craig Felts said: “Warwickshire Rural Housing Association is committed to providing affordable homes in rural Warwickshire for local people and families who would not otherwise be able to afford to live within their own communities.
“I am very pleased that our new development in Snitterfield is due to be complete ahead of schedule and we can now encourage prospective tenants to get in touch.
“All being well, we hope that those who are successful will be able to move in by Christmas.”
Enquiries about the new properties should be made to Philippa Osborne at Warwickshire Rural Housing Association on 01530 278080. Anyone with questions about Home Choice plus should contact Stratford District Council on 01789 260864.
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