A national project being piloted in Coventry and across the West Midlands region, helping people who are homeless and rough sleeping, is beginning to make an impact in the city.
A major regeneration project will transform an area of Coventry originally built in the 1960s over the next four years.
Citizen’s first two modular homes have officially been completed and are ready for new residents. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to mark the completion of the Littlethorpe development and officials were given a chance to have a look around the properties. The homes were constructed in the Totally Modular factory in Cradley Heath and transported on the back of a truck to Willenhall, Coventry.
A major £7million regeneration project will see an area of Coventry transformed. The regeneration of an area of Wyken will be the first major project by Citizen, the new name for housing association WM Housing Group and Whitefriars Housing.
Two modular homes have been installed in Coventry as part of a WM Housing Group modular housing pilot.
Coventry City Council is to take advantage of changes in national legislation in an attempt to tackle the number of empty homes across the city.
Residents in Coventry have moved into their new homes in time for Christmas following the completion of a new £1.8million development.
Work has started on a new £9.5 million development which will see 72 new homes built in Coventry.
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