More affordable homes in Stockton following combined authority injection

17.10.22 3 min read by Ryan Devlin

Working with Thirteen Group and Homes England, we’ve started on site to create 113 new affordable homes at Northshore in Stockton-on-Tees, thanks to a £1.34m Brownfield Housing Fund grant, through the Tess Valley Combined Authority. 

The new homes, which will be energy efficient and available for both shared ownership and affordable rent, follow on from the first three phases and are due to complete in 2024. 

Employment opportunities both on site, as well as contracts secured within the local supply chain will be a priority, with hundreds of jobs and apprenticeships created. 

Northshore is a thriving new community, less than a mile from Stockton high street on the banks of the River Tees. The neighbourhood includes 350 homes across a range of tenures, 80,000 sq ft of new workspace, a 128-bedroom Hampton by Hilton hotel, as well as public spaces and riverside walkways. 

Andrew Milne, senior development surveyor, said:

Together, we’re working hard to further add to this vibrant, diverse and connected community. ”
With Homes England, the council, Thirteen and now with support from the combined authority, we’ve transformed a key area in the heart of Stockton on Tees, creating a truly special scheme that’s delivered investment and opportunities to directly benefit the Stockton community.”

Phil Jones at Thirteen, said: “We enjoy a fantastic, well-established working relationship with Muse and all the partners involved, and to bring this superb residential scheme forward is a culmination of genuine teamwork. This development marks another step forward in the sustainable reuse of a redundant brownfield site to provide high-quality, affordable homes in an attractive setting with river frontage. “ 

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