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Regeneration

Regeneration

Regeneration and the transformation of place is at the heart of what we do.

Since the formation of KHT, our Housing Association, in 2002, we have been committed to increasing the supply and choice of homes to our customers and have been developing high quality affordable housing ever since. 

The transformation of places is at the heart of what we do and all our homes are designed and developed to make a difference both in terms of architectural impact and innovation. This has led to us being shortlisted for many Awards for our regeneration work.

Between 2008 and 2011 we have delivered a £26 million investment program, building 195 new homes after having successfully attracted £10m Grant from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). 

Building on the success of this ambitious program we have secured £5 million grant funding from the HCA and secured our position as a Developer Partner as part of the Affordable Housing Programme 2011.

In 2012 we began our £27 million investment program and over the next four years 241 new homes will be built across Knowsley. 

In September 2013, the HCA told us that we had been successful in securing another £830,000 government grant for 41 homes in the borough. 

That takes us to a total of 432 new homes and £9.2m from the 2011-15, Department of Health and AHGP programmes in the last 2 years.   

Bluebell Park Apartments

We have recently launched a development in Huyton which will become an Extra Care Scheme with 122 new one or two bedroom apartments. Due to be completed in August 2014, the apartments will cater for the needs of older people offering varing levels of care and support tailored to individual needs.

For more information about the apartments please visit www.bluebellparkapartments.co.uk or follow Bluebell Park on Twitter and Facebook.

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