Get Britain Building Fast-Tracked Schemes

170 applications were submitted for the Homes and Communities Agency’s Get Britain Building Programme to kick start stalled housing jobs.
A list of 18 schemes has now been fast-tracked to unlock £46m in finance to start construction of 1,300 new homes.
The remainder of the bids will now be assessed with a shortlist of schemes released in mid-March. Pat Richie, chief executive of the HCA said, “We have had a strong response to our Programme and will now work to establish a shortlist of schemes which fit strongly with locally indentified priorities and represent good value for money for the taxpayer.”
Get Britain Building is intended to address difficulties in accessing development finance faces by some house builders and to help bring forward sites with planning permission.
The full list of 18 fast-tracked schemes:
Locking Parklands Phase 2a/b, Weston super Mare (St Modwen)
140 homes
Bath Western Riverside, Bath (Crest Nicholson)
81 homes
Belmont Hospital, Tiverton, Devon (Devonshire Homes)
30 homes
Osprey Quay, Portland, Dorset (Sutton group)
39 homes
Devonport Vision, Plymouth (Redrow)
74 homes
Wapping Wharf, Bristol (Wapping Wharf (Umberlslade) Ltd)
175 homes
Newark Southern Extension, Newark (Catesby Property Group)
100 homes
Edgbaston, Birmingham (MCD developments)
57 homes
Kilby Mews, Coventry (Complex Development Projects Ltd)
31 homes
Millway Middle School, Duston, Northampton (Westleigh)
52 homes
The Maltings, Lichfield (Marcity)
41 homes
Cheeseman’s Green, Ashford (Crest Nicholson)
100 homes
Bootham Green, York (Advent Developments Ltd)
37 homes
Navigation point, Castleford (Merlion Capital Housing Ltd)
66 homes
H2010 (Yarn Street), Leeds (Miller Homes)
82 homes
Calder View, Dewsbury, Kirklees (Miller Homes)
28 homes
Grahame Park, Colindale, London (Genesis (GenInvest Ltd))
127 homes
Covent Garden Village, Stockport (Seddon Group)
41 homes

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