Delivering purpose-built homes for older people at a social rent and homes for younger people within the same community to encourage transgenerational support, reducing loneliness and isolation, and promoting integration.
Meeting the needs of the ‘right-sizing generation’ by offering the over 55s a pathway to community based downsizing (enabling them to remain close to those people they feel comfortable with and committed to).
Many adults with learning and/or physical disabilities are unable to access the housing and support they need. We recognise that the right support at the right time can have a significant positive impact on quality of life, outcomes and value for money.
Saving for a deposit continues to be the single biggest barrier to home ownership in this country. Rentplus is an affordable rent to buy model which offers an accessible route to home ownership for those who are currently excluded from the market, with the opportunity to rent, save and own through a combination of affordable rents and a 10% gifted deposit.
A form of housing which combines private living spaces with shared communal facilities – such as shared kitchen, dining and relaxation areas – creating a community-centred environment that not only gives privacy in living arrangements but also promotes social contact by providing the type of social spaces valued by younger people.
Fully serviced affordable self-build plots providing a route to home ownership for those with the necessary skills to build their own home. Plots are provided at a 20% discount on market value complete with the required
infrastructure. We also envisage a range of ‘add-ons’ which the developer can deliver at a fixed price for those needing additional support.
Enabling families to live all together more economically, combatting (i) expensive childcare, and (ii) generational or circumstantial loneliness and isolation.
A new affordable way of enabling local business owners to purchase a business unit on a shared ownership basis. The purchase agreement allows the owner to staircase and increase their share as and when they have
adequate funds in their pension. Once they staircase to 100% they will own the unit outright and 100% of the asset in their pension.