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New housing boosts Regenda Homes regeneration vision in Oldham

Local planners have unanimously approved the building of 135 new homes and £15m worth of investment at Limehurst village in Oldham.

The homes will be constructed by Keepmoat as part of a 10 year regeneration programme being delivered by Regenda Homes in partnership with Oldham Council.

The development will provide a range of modern and affordable new homes and widen the choice of housing which is available in the Limehurst area.

Martin Davies, Regenda Homes director of development, said: “This is excellent news for the whole community. It will bring investment in new homes and jobs to help the continued long term transformation of Limehurst that Regenda works in partnership to achieve. Local people and families, local schools and services will all benefit from this regeneration programme.”

Stephanie Harrison, Regenda Homes executive director, said: "This is really exciting news. We are involved in a lot of community engagement at Limehurst and our vision is based on what local people tell us they want. They tell us it's a great place to live and they'd like to see a variety of new housing and new types of tenure to encourage new people to come and live in the area."

Cllr Dave Hibbert, Oldham Council's cabinet member for housing, planning and transport, said: “The construction of these properties will transform Limehurst Village. Keepmoat has worked with us on a number of projects over the last few years and the finished properties will provide good quality family homes."

Gareth Roberts, operations director at Keepmoat in the North West said: “We are extremely pleased to be able to continue our track record of delivery in Oldham, working closely with both Oldham Council and Regenda. These new homes will provide high quality housing that will deliver real choice within Limehurst and complement the ambitious vision for the neighbourhood.”

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