Britcon UK Ltd were appointed to build the six one-bedroom and 12 two-bedroom apartments which have been sited to make the most of the sunshine to help reduce running and heating costs for tenants.
The homes are part of the council’s ambitious plans to build around 1,000 new council homes and bringing brownfield sites back into use. The former Squinting Cat pub was once a target on the council’s derelict and nuisance building hitlist.
The high-quality properties have been designed and built with older people in mind and benefit from a lift, off street parking and landscaped communal gardens.
18 Residential Apartments