By Haddenham Webteam - 14th August 2017 12:30pm
We recently reported on this website (see here) and on the Haddenham.net Facebook page that a pair of "affordable homes" was being offered by the Hemel Hempstead-based Hightown Housing Association as part of the Cala Homes' plot in Dollicott.
The posting drew some negative comments from local residents, especially in relation to the low number of properties mentioned.
Here is the latest information from the same Housing Association:
"The following properties will be finished and becoming available in the next few months:
Nightingale Place, Dollicott, Haddenham:
2 x shared ownership properties
6 x affordable rent properties
Pegasus Way, Millway Furlong, Haddenham:
4 x shared ownership properties
10 x affordable rent properties
(The Pegasus Way properties have been reserved already by local people)
Hightown Housing Association is also in negotiations to secure plots for approximately 70 properties (a mixture of shared ownership and affordable rent) in the Haddenham Airfield development site. However these would not be ready until summer 2018.
It is likely that other housing associations will be offering affordable homes, to meet the percentage requirement."
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