Between 2015 and 2019, Nottingham City Council set a target of ensuring 2,500 new homes are built in Nottingham – focusing on homes that are affordable for local people to rent or buy. We’re on track to hit our target.
Nottingham City Council and Nottingham City Homes are also leading the biggest new council house building programme in a generation. Nottingham City Homes is the top social housing builder in the UK – responsible for over a quarter of new council houses built in 2017.
Nottingham City Homes is the first ALMO (arms length management company) in the UK to establish a market rent company, which will raise standards across the rental market.
What’s being built where?
These homes are being built by partners including Nottingham City Homes and private developers.
Aspley - 50+ new houses and apartments for older people & 300 new family homes at Woodhouse Park
Basford - 14 new council houses are being built by Nottingham City Homes
Bestwood – 300+ new homes for Bestwood
Bilborough – 25 houses, 11 bungalows and 12 apartments built in 2017 on Cranwell Road
Bulwell – Regeneration of Knights Close will include NCH two and four bed homes and a shop
Clifton - 25 new houses, including new council houses
Dunkirk & Lenton - 150+ new homes under construction or complete
Leen Valley – £5.3m scheme on the site of the former Speedo for 47 homes
Mapperley - 50 new homes under construction
Meadows – 200+ new homes are being built in the Meadows
Radford and Park - 105 new homes to buy or rent
Sneinton - New homes for local people at Furlong Place, 500 homes and apartments at Trent Basin
Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey - William Woodsend Memorial Homes restored
Sherwood - New £11m retirement village - 44 new one-bed extra care apartments, plus the refurbishment of 180 apartments at Winchester and Woodthorpe Courts
St Ann’s - 39 new sustainable homes on Conway Close and Marmion Road
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