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Wednesday January 17th 2018

New affordable rented council homes for Bletchingley residents

 

The first tenants of the affordable new homes in Bletchingley have just moved in. This development which is in Coneybury has been called Cleves Way and consists of four 1-bed flats, four 2-bed houses and two 3-bed houses. It will provide affordable rented accommodation for local residents. Thirteen adults and thirteen children now reside in these homes.

A legal agreement is in place, ensuring only households with a strong local connection to the village have been considered when allocating the homes, which means local people currently unable to afford market rents can remain living in the village.

Four more affordable homes in Bletchingley (3 x 2 bedroom houses and 1 x 2 bedroom bungalow) are expected to be ready soon. To be considered for renting a council property, residents must be on the housing register. To join the register, please e-mail customerservices@tandridge.gov.uk or call 01883 722000