Government pumps £142 million into plan to build 8,500 new homes

first_imgThousands of homes will be built in growing communities as a result of a £142 million investment in infrastructure, Housing Minister Kit Malthouse MP has revealed.The money will be spent on widening bridges, building roads and connecting utilities so that up to 8,500 properties can be built.The spending, under the Housing Infrastructure Fund, is all part of the government’s drive to deliver 300,000 homes a year by the mid-2020s.Malthouse said: “For decades, governments of all stripes and types have not built enough homes but we are turning that around, brick by brick.“We are driving to create homes, opportunities and thriving communities – and this £142 million investment will mean we can build more of the properties our country so badly needs.“We need to keep upping our game and build more, better, faster, if we are to meet our ambition to deliver 300,000 homes a year by the mid-2020s.”The funding comes from the government’s £5.5 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund so that land can be made ready for development. Money from this fund is allocated to authorities after a competitive funding allocation process.4,500 homes in WokingGovernment will invest £95 million in Woking, Surrey, which will unlock land to build up to 4,500 homes in the town. The money will pay to widen the Victoria Arch Bridge, to pay for road improvements, buying land and connecting utilities. The project, which is being delivered by Surrey County Council, is expected to significantly reduce congestion in the area, as well as opening up land for housing.4,000 homes in TruroAn extra 4,000 homes will be built as a result of a £47 million investment in new road links in Truro, Cornwall. The funding will be spent on a new northern access road, connecting sites from the A390 in the west to the Royal Cornwall Hospital and employment hub in the east.Read more about new homes.Truro Kit Malthouse MP new homes Sheila Manchester Woking June 12, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » Government pumps £142 million into plan to build 8,500 new homes previous nextLand & New HomesGovernment pumps £142 million into plan to build 8,500 new homesThe cash will be spent on widening bridges, building roads and connecting utilities in Surrey and and Cornwall.Sheila Manchester12th June 201901,012 Viewslast_img read more

Bayonne Little League game played on May 31

first_imgMinor LeagueBielan Law beat Borker Transmission, 6-3. Chris Lopez, Patrick Cena, Adrian Arbelo, Paul Erwin, Logan Servodio, Ethan Villacres, Jeremiah Aponte and Bella Gonzales had base hits for Bielan; Dylan Ashe, Will Carrington, Josh Chairavollati, Jayden Estavez, Peyton Chi, T.J. Kernodle and Alex all had hits for Borker. Standings: Kuhl’s (8-2), Bielan Law (9-3), Borker (6-5), Tarantino (1-7), Perrucci (1-9)Major LeagueAttisano defeated Unico, 8-7. Adrian Pardo had the big hit for Attisano with a three run homer over the centerfield fence, Adrian also had a single, Jake Jake Sullivan had three hits, Justin Perry had two base knocks, while Javier Garcia, Jady Estavez, Josh Davis and Anthony Devaney all contributed base hits; Aiden Milachouski lead Unico with an inside the park homer and a single, while Christian Hampton had two base hits.In a game played on Joe Tagliareni Memorial Field, Hudacko’s edged Mackenzie, 10-8.Standings: Attisano (8-2), Unico (6-5), Mackenzie (5-6), J & J Printing (4-6), Hudacko’s (4-8)last_img read more