Looking For A New Home?
The worsening of the UK housing crisis is well publicised, with the Government vowing to deliver 300,000 new homes every year.
The pressure on the housing market is significant with the demand for homes outstripping supply. An increase in life expectancy, immigration, single person occupancy and the demand for second homes being just some of the contributing factors.
For many first time buyers and young people, house prices are out of reach, with ever increasing deposits and monthly payments reducing the number of owner occupiers.
Bourne End is a highly desirable, but expensive place to live. Many local people are struggling for the opportunity to get on the housing ladder and find a place they can call home.
40% of the new homes delivered at Hollands Farm will be affordable housing.
All figures correct as of June 2018
Struggling To Get On The Housing Ladder?
Wycombe District Council Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) document highlights a need for 3,100 affordable homes in the area. On average over the last 3 years, just 54 affordable homes have built each year.
There is currently 1,362 applicants logged and seeking housing with the Wycombe District Housing Register.
Are you struggling to get on the housing ladder to buy your own home, or on the Wycombe District Council Housing Register? Be the first to hear the latest news on our Affordable Homes by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or filling in our comment form. We are keen to hear from young professionals and key workers who are looking to get on the housing ladder in Bourne End.
What Is Affordable Housing?
Affordable housing is social rented, affordable rented and intermediate housing, provided to eligible households whose needs are not met by the market.
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