In Oxford, £300,000 SRB funding has been awarded for a community-based capacity building project on Blackbird Leys. The Blackbird Leys Development Partnership, of which Ealing Family is a core member, will work with local people to realize the capacity of the community, develop new community facilities, and improve community safety. Ealing Family has a proven track record of developing and maintaining sustainable communities. These two SRB projects demonstrate Ealing Family’s continued commitment to working in partnership with others to achieve successful programmes of regeneration.
A cheque for £144,182 was presented to Ealing Family by the National Lottery Community Fund on 17th December.
Catalyst Housing Group Chief Executive Rod Cahill, and Development Director Julia Moulder, together with Councillor John Ennis and Jeff Hanna, Reading Borough Council’s Housing Strategy and Regeneration Manager, were on site on 18 November to celebrate the ‘topping out’ of a major new housing development, which will add an extra 98 affordable homes to East Reading Read More about Property Valuation Firm Brisbane
It will provide 34 homes, ranging from one bedroom flats to four bedroom maisonettes, for affordable rent. There are in addition 64 one and two bedroom flats for key workers and shared owners of which 19 will be available for key workers at a discounted market rent. Parking is provided to the rear of the scheme. Most of the flats will have private balconies and the building also features a roof garden for use by residents.