Kirklees Social Housing Regeneration

Kirklees

Project Value - £69m

Project Sector - Housing

UK

About The Project

The £69m PFI project consists of 466 new homes and incorporates 326 one and two-bedroom homes for small households, with 35 homes specifically designed for wheelchair users. Three extra care housing schemes have also been delivered, providing 140 much-needed new homes for older people. All units were constructed to meet the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3, amounting to the largest Code 3 scheme of its kind in the UK.

The first extra care scheme, at Woodland Court, in Dewsbury, was launched in July 2013, and officially opened by the Duke of Kent in October.

Key facts:

• 20-year management contract

• 466 new council homes being built over 27 sites including 3 Extra care

 

 

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