Category: Mid Market Rent

Wheatley Group Pledges to Build 5,500 New Affordable Homes by 2026

Wheatley Group has announced one of the largest affordable housebuilding programmes in the UK which will see 5,500 new homes built across Scotland by 2026. The new homes will be a mix of social and mid-market rent, including properties built to wheelchair standard and accommodation to help older people live independently for longer in their …

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Mid-Market Homes Coming to Former Glasgow Bus Depot Site

A planning approval has been awarded to Link Group, in partnership with Govanhill Housing Association, to deliver 33 mid-market rent homes on the former Larkfield bus depot in Glasgow, as part of a larger project which will see a total of 121 new apartments built. The new development, designed by Hypostyle Architects, is due to …

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LAR’s First Residential Conversion

A former commercial building at Westwood House, Edinburgh has been transformed into residential properties available for mid-market rent. This new housing development marks LAR Housing Trust’s first commercial to residential conversion and it’s the biggest deal to date since the charity’s launch in October 2015. LAR’s first venture into Edinburgh “This is a significant moment …

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New Supply of Mid-Market Homes in Glasgow by GHA

Mid-market rent homes provider Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) delivered nearly 100 new affordable homes in Glasgow. Two developments, Bell Street Stables in Merchant City and Batson Street in Govanhill, are new additions to the GHA’s portfolio of high quality, much-needed affordable homes in Scotland’s biggest city. Bringing old and new together Once home to working …

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First Site Acquisitions by Mid-Market Rent Investment Fund

PfP Capital, the mid-market rent housing fund set up last year by Places for People and the Scottish Government, has acquired two development sites in Scotland to deliver much needed affordable homes. Multi-million mid-market rent investment in East and West Scotland The first site, a £7.3 million development, was purchased in Paisley in partnership with …

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Mid-Market Homes Fill the Void

With the increasing cost of renting in Edinburgh, where average rents stand at £1095 as at Q4 2018 according to the latest Citylets Rental Report, the need for more affordable housing has never been greater. Port of Leith Housing Association and Persevere Developments just recently celebrated completion of 43 new mid-market homes, forming part of …

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