Clarion signs £40m deal to deliver affordable homes in Sherford

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Clarion Housing Group has agreed a £40m development deal with Vistry Partnerships, to boost the number of affordable homes in the new town of Sherford, Plymouth

Vistry Partnerships is building 3,500 homes in Sherford, of which 1,500 are being built in partnership with Latimer, the development arm of Clarion Housing Group.

The newly signed agreement will see a further 211 new homes made available for social and affordable rent as well as shared ownership through Clarion Housing.

When complete, Sherford will have 5,500 homes in three distinct neighbourhoods with four schools, community facilities, shops, businesses, abundant green space, a 500-acre community park and so much more.

Affordable and sustainable homes in sherford

Richard Cook, group director of development at Clarion Housing Group, commented: “The signing of this new agreement marks a milestone in our joint venture with Vistry Partnerships and we’re delighted to be working together to deliver more affordable homes in the new town of Sherford.

“Alongside our multimillion-pound regeneration of Barne Barton, this scheme underlines our commitment to providing high-quality, affordable and sustainable homes for the people of Plymouth and the surrounding areas.

“We’re excited to see plans for Sherford come to life, creating a vibrant community with homes of different tenures to meet the needs of local people.”

Kathryn Pennington, regional development director at Vistry Partnerships, added: “We are delighted to be working with Clarion on this inspiring project in the South West.

“A genuine partnership has been formed, working together to create a sustainable community and beautifully designed homes with a more balanced mixed tenure offering.

“Our partnering approach with Clarion is centred on a shared objective and passion to deliver great places to live with placemaking at its heart.

“This new legacy community will make a significant contribution to high-quality affordable homes for local people.”

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