Residents move into affordable homes in Coningsby

The first residents have moved into new affordable homes which have been provided as part of a new homes development in Coningsby. EMN-151106-145249001
The first residents have moved into new affordable homes which have been provided as part of a new homes development in Coningsby. EMN-151106-145249001

The first residents have moved into new affordable homes which have been provided as part of a new housing development in Coningsby.

Chestnut Homes is building its second phase of homes at Kings Manor, off Old Boston Road.

As part of the development, the company is building 17 affordable homes, which will be managed by affordable housing provider the Acis Group.

Chestnut Homes has now completed and handed over 14 of the 17 homes to the group, and several new householders have already moved in.

The remaining homes are due to be handed over later this year.

Debbie Smith, Mike Scott and their two-year-old son Bobby have just moved in to their two-bedroom house, which they are renting through the Acis Group. Debbie said: “It’s lovely to have space for the little one to run about in the garden.”

Neil Kempster, land and development director of Chestnut Homes, added: “We are pleased to be working with the Acis Group to deliver these new affordable homes in Coningsby.

“We hope the new residents will be happy in their new homes.”

Pictured are Neil Kempster of Chestnut Homes (left) and Valerie Waby and Kelly Smith from the Acis Group (right), with residents who have moved into the new affordable homes at Kings Manor.

For more information, visit their website www.chestnuthomes.co.uk.