Specialist housing provider to create 70 homes with purchase of new Uxbridge site
A UK specialist housing provider has announced that it will be creating more than 70 homes at a new site in London.
Anchor Hanover has acquired a 1.53 acre former RAF site in Hillingdon as part of its strategy to create 3,200 homes for older people across the next seven years.
The site, at the end of Uxbridge High Street, will comprise of 72 apartments offering home ownership and independent living.
Charles Taylor, head of new business at Anchor Hanover, commented: “The acquisition of the site in Uxbridge is a vital land parcel in helping us achieve Anchor Hanover’s clear vision for developing more homes.
“By securing land within wider development schemes, such as the regeneration project of St Andrews Park, we are confident that our homes will provide owners with places they will love living in later life. “We are ambitious and are on a concerted drive to secure more land to expand our retirement living development offer to meet the increase in demand for housing and the changing aspirations of older people.
“We have identified over 1200 homes for development but are seeking more to fulfil our build programme objectives.
“As a result, our growing land team is sourcing additional development opportunities across England.
“We have an initial focus in areas where we already have a significant presence to optimise impact and services.
“We are also looking to pursue sites in residential, suburban and urban locations with a minimum of 1.5 acres within our target, priority areas identified for development.”
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