New Coventry housing development opened with 25 per cent affordable homes - The Coventry Observer

10th Aug, 2022

New Coventry housing development opened with 25 per cent affordable homes

THE NEW Exhall Gardens housing development in Coventry has been officially opened by Nuneaton and Bedworth Mayor Coun Rob Tromans.

He cut the ribbon as the new sales centre and show homes were unveiled.

The development offers 129 properties in total – including two-bedroom and three-bedroom homes.

Coun Tromans said: “It was a delight to join Keepmoat Homes in the launch of their sales centre and show homes, and look forward to welcoming the new residents.”

A quarter of the properties have been made affordable through shared ownership and affordable rent schemes.

Charlotte Goode, Keepmoat Homes’ regional managing director, said: ‘’We’re absolutely delighted to launch our brand-new sales centre and show homes here at Exhall Gardens.

“Our array of homes are perfect for first time buyers, growing families and downsizers, and we encourage everyone to book a viewing of our stylish new show homes.”

Visit keepmoat.com/exhall-gardens for more information.

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