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South Essex Homes are looking for Residents to sit on the Board and take an active role in the running of the organisation.

 

If you think you have what it takes to be a valuable member of this team, why not comlete the application form below and send it in.

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In January South Esex Homes held its yearly Awards Conference at the Inn on the Park, Chalkwell. this conference is to thank the many residents and groups that do so much for their communities and are in invaluable part of the structure of South Essex Homes commitment to resident involvememt. Residents are always encouraged to get involved at any level they desire no matter how big or small their involvemnet is. If you would like to do more in your communityplease contact your Tenancy Services officer on 0800 833 160

New flats ready for residents ...

The first phase of a major new council house building drive in Southend-on-Sea has been completed, with more in the pipeline over the next 18 months.

 

Five new flats in Ashanti Close, Shoeburyness have been handed over to Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, making 18 in total as part of the overall £2.8m project which has been completed in just under one year.

 

The flats, which consist of two wheelchair accessible flats and three general needs flats will be let via the Council’s Choice Based Lettings (CBL) system, and via the nominations panel in the case of the wheelchair accessible dwellings.

 

The properties have been built by DCB (Kent) Ltd for Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and have been built to Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) space standards, and to Lifetime Homes specification.  

 

This project, which also includes new homes in Exeter Close and Bulwark Road has utilised Essex based architects, AK Design, and Clerk of Works, Qualitas as well as Pellings LLP as the employment agent.

 

Cllr Mark Flewitt, Executive Councillor for Housing, says: “We are delighted to see the final homes built as part of this project handed over on time and on budget, and ready for new tenants to move in.

 

“The site of these new flats was a former underused garage site that was subject to severe antisocial behaviour including a large fire two years ago, but now accommodates five modern flats including two ground floor wheelchair accessible properties that will help address the waiting list for adapted properties within the Borough.

 

“The project really demonstrates the potential to better utilise Council owned land, whilst also addressing the shortfall of affordable housing within the Borough.

 

“It is also important that the Council continues to identify opportunities to develop affordable housing, and to increase the Council’s housing stock and we intend to do just that with a further announcement expected soon on a new site that subject to the necessary approvals, will deliver up to 16 new homes over the next 18  months.”

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