Locally managed housing association CHP has recently taken handover of their first traditional build properties in at Tamage Road in Acton, Suffolk.

The development is comprised of a mix of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments and houses all available for shared ownership and affordable rent.

All 35 properties on the development will be managed by CHP; 10 will be shared ownership and will be 25 for affordable rent. The development also includes a children’s play area along with an area of public open space.

Mid Suffolk & Babergh District Council will nominate customers to live in the affordable rent properties.

Carl Hockey, growth and partnership director at CHP said: “We are delighted to have taken handover of our first properties in Suffolk. We have partnered with Bloor Homes to provide these much-needed affordable homes as we branch out across the eastern region to help tackle the housing crisis”.

Image source: CHP

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