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Colin James

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What sort of housing is it? 'affordable' or regular ? 


Keepmoat Development Hereford Website



Situated on the outskirts of Hereford, Radford Gardens is named after Hereford United's Mr Ronnie Radford, who famously scored a memorable goal in the 1971-72 FA Cup to defeat Newcastle United.
This exciting new development of 259 new houses, includes 129 homes for private sale.
35 two bedroom, 70 three bedroom and 24 four bedroom homes will delight both first time buyers and homeowners looking to move up the property ladder.
The six year scheme, set to start in Spring 2014, will also have its own “community hub†which will include a café available to host activities for the whole community.



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I have noticed most of them are for sell the ones facing the road are as they have signs up.I thought some were for sell some social housing.And they are not going to have enough for all there tenants also were are they putting the tenants when they move them out of the flats they have said there is a shortage so it's very funny they have found other flats and houses for them while they wait for the new ones to be built.Something not right going on.

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Thursday 31st July 2014 in News Hereford Times

A £2.14m grant will benefit the major redevelopment planned for the Oval in South Wye.
The funding was secured last week by Herefordshire Housing and will help pay for new, affordable homes and refurbishments across the county over the next three years.
Among those projects is the redevelopment of The Oval, a multi-million pound renovation of Kilvert Road, Broxash Drive and Beattie Avenue.
Paula Kennedy, managing director of Herefordshire Housing, said: “We are committed to providing tenants with a place to be proud of.
“This will enable us to improve the communities and lives of many people within Herefordshire by providing them with quality, affordable homes.
“Herefordshire has a shortage of housing and so this grant will help us alleviate that problem – we are very pleased.â€
Also in line to benefit from the grant are the proposed 35-apartment development at the Ship Inn site off the ASDA roundabout and the Larkrise redevelopment at Much Birch.
Effectively the grant, from the Homes and Communities Agency, will help provide 95 homes – 80 affordable rent properties and 15 shared ownership properties.
Other projects currently in the pipeline for Herefordshire Housing include; developing 106 properties on the new Hereford Rugby Club site at Hampton Bishop, 10 affordable homes proposed to be built in Ewyas Harold and the redevelopment of a Local Authority site at Upton Bishop that will include 10 units for social rent and a plot of new allotments.
For information on Herefordshire Housing developments and refurbishment works in your area, visit www.hhl.org.uk.
Development coming to a green open space near you. Herefordshire Housing get the money off the government, the private sector submit the plans and build the houses and you loose your open space. Everyone's a winner - well almost.
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