2m homes development takes shape in Eaton Twenty new affordable homes for older people are being created at Leander Court, off Bluebell Road.
Gail Harris, deputy leader of Norwich City Council and its cabinet member for social housing, joined Norwich Housing Society chairman Carol Sangster in laying a ceremonial 'golden brick' at the development. The scheme, made up of 15 one bed flats and five two bed flats, has been funded by Norwich Housing Society with the help of a 600,000 grant from City Hall, which has come from Right To Buy receipts. Mrs Sangster do burberry coats go on sale said: "We are delighted at the rapid progress which is being made on this site, creating 20 much needed affordable homes for older people in a very sought after part of the city. "The new scheme has been brought about through a strong partnership between ourselves and Norwich burberry clutch bag City Council, and we very much look forward to taking burberry sale starts possession of the new homes early next year.
" Mrs Harris said: "It is absolutely brilliant to see these high quality new homes for older people being built. We are pleased to have been able to use our Right To Buy receipts to help bring this scheme into being, and I look where can you buy burberry forward to seeing the completed apartments.".
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