Moat is a leading housing association working in the South East, providing high quality homes and services, including support services to people who need assistance to live independently. Denne began foundation work of the new site at Station Road in May 2011.
The brand name of this joint venture is MODE, and this first development will be marketed as The Mews at Old Harlow. It will provide a mix of one and two bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses. Twelve units will be offered as social housing rent or shared ownership and the remaining 31 houses will be offered for private sale.
The construction of this development, which was designed by PRP Architects, will achieve Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3.
Graham Brown, Managing Director, Denne said: “We are pleased to be continuing our work with Moat and Harlow Council by constructing sustainable, affordable housing in the area. We are sure that these houses will be popular with the local people and that they will make a big difference in the regeneration of Old Harlow.”
Councillor Russell Perrin, Harlow Council’s Portfolio Holder for Regeneration & Enterprise, said: “Forty-three high quality homes will be provided with six houses and six flats becoming new homes for people on the Council’s housing register. This new development, which is part of our programme to regenerate Harlow’s neighbourhoods, will be in keeping with the area as we know that this is important to local residents.”
Jason Amos, Head of Development Delivery at Moat, said: "Moat and Denne have developed a strong partnership over the years and we look forward to progressing this even further with these new homes. There is a real housing need in the Harlow area and we are pleased to be working together with Harlow Council to meet this need."