One of our roles as a local housing authority is to ensure an adequate supply of housing that local people can afford to buy or rent. We negotiate to provide a proportion of affordable housing on all new developments of 15 or more properties. This proportion is 10%, 20% or 30% in different parts of the Borough (see our Supplementary Planning Document on Affordable Housing for more details). We also work with housing associations and other organisations to bring forward regeneration schemes that provide affordable housing for local people. You can see details of some of the new affordable housing in Gedling below.
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All new homes for rent on these developments are advertised on Homesearch - please register there if you are interested in them; you do not need to contact us separately.
Highlands, Howbeck Road, Arnold
Four houses for shared ownership from Nottingham Community Housing Association. Later phase has included a final house for shared ownership and nine houses for Affordable Rent on this development by Barratt Homes.
The Brambles, Collyer Road, Calverton
Sixteen houses for Affordable Rent and seven houses for shared ownership, managed by De Monfort Housing Society. Released throughout 2013 and 2014.
Manderley, Plains Road, Mapperley
Seven houses and three flats for affordable rent, plus three houses and three flats available under the discount for sale scheme, on a development by Persimmon Homes.
Heron's Place/The Point, Arnold
A total of 46 homes for rent and 26 for HomeBuy, were delivered over several years on neighbouring sites developed by Davidsons and Bellway Homes, off Calverton Road, Arnold.
Lime Tree Gardens, Mapperley
A total of 20 homes for rent and 11 for HomeBuy, on a site developed by Taylor Wimpey off Spring Lane, Mapperley.
A £2.8m redevelopment of a derelict pub site on Valley Road by Waterloo Housing Group, providing 17 homes for social rent and six for HomeBuy. This scheme was partly funded by the Homes & Communities Agency.
Twelve houses and eight apartments for social rent on a £1.8m development by Derwent Living. The site, formerly the Killisick Court sheltered housing complex, was provided by Gedling Borough Council, and the scheme was partly funded by the Homes and Communities Agency.
22 properties for social rent, plus three houses and three flats for HomeBuy, provided by Derwent Living on a development by Taylor Wimpey.
A total of 25 properties for social rent and 10 for HomeBuy, provided by Home Housing on a comprehensive development of the old colliery site by Taylor Wimpey.
A total of 30 affordable housing properties provided by Derwent Living on a larger development by Bovis Homes.
Sixteen new houses for social rent constructed on under-used car parks in an estate regeneration scheme. This scheme was delivered by Accent Nene with partial funding from the Homes & Communities Agency.
Two new homes for social rent and one under the discount for sale scheme, on a new development by Davidsons.
A total of ten properties provided for HomeBuy by Longhurst & Havelok Homes.
Ten further properties provided for HomeBuy by Longhurst & Havelok Homes.