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Chester MP visits new Sanctuary housing development

8 October 2015
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A £1.3 million housing development in Lache has been given the seal of approval by City of Chester MP Chris Matheson.

Sanctuary Maintenance constructs 13 new affordable homes in Lache

Constructed by Sanctuary Maintenance, part of Sanctuary Group, Noble Close provides a mix of 13 homes for rent and shared ownership.

Chester MP visits completed homes which have regenerated Lache

Mr Matheson was given a tour of the new development, which has been transformed from previously derelict land, and also met with some of the families living in their new homes.

Sanctuary Maintenance has regenerated four areas of Chester

The development is one of four across Chester built by Sanctuary Maintenance in Upton, Newton, Malpas and Lache.

Sanctuary Maintenance has constructed 41 new homes in Chester

In total, the schemes provide 41 new properties at a cost of more than £4 million, bringing a much-needed boost to affordable housing in the area.

MP Chris Matheson said: “The provision of affordable homes is vital for the families of Chester and Sanctuary’s developments at Noble Close and beyond are welcome additions.

“It was a pleasure to meet families in their new homes and spend time getting to know them.”

Paul Finch, Managing Director of Sanctuary Maintenance, commented: “Sanctuary is committed to delivering affordable homes in the communities in which it works.

“These developments are no exception and are testament to the hard work and dedication of the Sanctuary Maintenance workforce.”

All four of the developments in the city have been delivered in partnership and with funding from the Homes and Communities Agency, as well as providing valuable employment and training opportunities for local people.