Ridgeway development set to welcome first homeowners

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: A CGI of how the new homes will look A CGI of how the new homes will look

A housing development on the site of the former Chingford municipal offices is scheduled to welcome new homeowners in January.

The Fairview development includes 88 properties in The Ridgeway and the former town hall building on the site will be restored and turned into luxury flats.

Six of the new homes will be completed for buyers to move into during the first week of January.

Of the 88 new homes, 14 will be social housing. The plot of land was vacated by the council six years ago.

Works to refurbish the old Town Hall are scheduled to start next month.

The development is due to be completed in November 2014.

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9:22pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Billy Yerache says...

Nice, 14 social houses, better than the shipping containers that they are converting into legal 'beds in sheds' to house the homeless and desperate.
Nice, 14 social houses, better than the shipping containers that they are converting into legal 'beds in sheds' to house the homeless and desperate. Billy Yerache

11:39am Wed 18 Dec 13

TTMAN says...

Yes these look really good, not at all little boxes. They have missed the solar panels orf of the roofs though in that cgi unless this is the north view.
Yes these look really good, not at all little boxes. They have missed the solar panels orf of the roofs though in that cgi unless this is the north view. TTMAN

1:59pm Thu 19 Dec 13

myopinioncounts says...

Who else remembers going into the old Town Hall building to collect the National Orange Juice that we post war children received? There was a slope in the corridor going down to the collection point and footsteps echoed so we kids stamped our way down!
Who else remembers going into the old Town Hall building to collect the National Orange Juice that we post war children received? There was a slope in the corridor going down to the collection point and footsteps echoed so we kids stamped our way down! myopinioncounts

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