Network Homes signs agreement with Fairview to provide new affordable homes in Hornsey
04 September 2017
Network Homes has exchanged contracts with Fairview New Homes to deliver 55 new homes in Hornsey, Haringey.
Network Homes will own and manage 55 new affordable homes within Fairview’s Altitude development, comprising 32 affordable rent homes and 23 shared ownership homes. The homes will be one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Demolition work is currently taking place at the development site – an old industrial site and the Willmott House office block – to make way for the new homes at Altitude. This vibrant new neighbourhood will provide much needed affordable homes in the borough of Haringey.
Well served by public transport, the homes are within walking distance of Hornsey Railway Station, Turnpike Lane Underground Station and Turnpike Lane Bus Station. Access to central London is quick and easy making these homes ideal for those who commute to work.
Altitude, on Hampden Road, will comprise a total of 174 new homes – 119 homes to be sold by Fairview and Network Homes’ 55 affordable properties.
The development will boast green roofs, a children’s play area, car parking, cycle storage and a central landscaped courtyard. It is due to be completed by October 2020.
Vicky Savage, Executive Director for Development at Network Homes, said: “We are delighted to work with Fairview again to provide beautiful homes. This has been an exciting opportunity to transform a current brownfield site into much needed new affordable homes for the area. We hope to work with our partners at Fairview in the future on more projects like this one.”
Jeremy Gee, Main Board Director for Fairview New Homes, said: “Our development in Hornsey will provide a total of 174 much-needed new homes as part of wider development to the area including a landscaped courtyard for residents to enjoy.
“It will also bring back into use a run-down brownfield site, and we look forward to working with Network Homes to transform this land into a vibrant new neighbourhood, where the first residents will move into their homes in late 2018.”