Thousands of homes to be built in Hull

Published: Monday 24th November 2014 by The News Editor

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Hull City Council has unveiled plans to build 4,000 properties in Hull and the East Riding together with a consortium of developers.

KSHP and the council partnered on Monday November 24, making the announcement that the 13-year project would bring over £500 million of investment to the area.

The housing regeneration deal will involve land owned by the local authority being developed by KSHP.

The partnership’s first initiative will see 236 council properties built in and around Preston Road in east Hull next spring.

It is aiming to give 85% of its jobs to local workers and has also said it wants to create 300 new apprenticeships.

Councillor John Black has called the project the largest housing regeneration scheme the city has ever seen.

KSHP includes commercial housing experts Priority Space and Home Group, an affordable property provider.

Housing developers Strata Homes and Keepmoat are also part of the partnership.

Copyright Press Association 2014

Published: Monday 24th November 2014 by The News Editor

Comments (2)
  • john brown

    they are building all the new houses for all the foreigns that will be working at setams,king george dock,,,, there will be nothing for hully gullys,,

  • David Sloan

    Well that’s what happens when you vote labour, they opened the floodgates remember. Alan Johnson said when he was Labour home-secretary, I don’t lay awake at night worrying about emigration ( remember). Vote UKIP and get red of the Crap.

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