Work begins on 26 new council homes across Nottingham
WORK has started on the first of four projects to build 26 new council homes across Nottingham costing £2.85 million.
All four sites are either former garage sites or patches of land owned by the city council, which have been cleared.
It is part of a wider programme to regenerate areas of the city and build 350 new council homes by 2017.
The bungalows and family homes will be managed by Nottingham City Homes (NCH).
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Four bungalows will be built in Wendling Gardens, Bestwood; two bungalows will be built in Keverne Close, Aspley; eight houses will be built in Henning Gardens, Top Valley and 12 houses will be developed at Windmill Close, St Ann's.
NCH said that local people are carrying out the work as well as 10 NCH apprentices.
NCH chief executive Nick Murphy said: "This is the start of a new house-building programme that will be the biggest for a generation – creating much needed-family homes and hundreds of new jobs over the next few years."
And city council leader Jon Collins said: "Building affordable homes for Nottingham people is a top priority for us and I'm delighted to see the progress on these sites across the city."