A beautiful mix of shared ownership and rental apartments on two previously developed sites in Rose Hill, Oxford.
A mix of one and two bedroom apartments over two locations in Ashhurst Way and The Oval.
The new homes are built across two locations, and are made up of two blocks on each site, 18 Council rented homes on the site of the old scout hut and advice centre, and 25 shared ownership homes where the 1950’s community centre once stood.
Enhanced insulation and air tightness standards, together with the use of solar panels, mean that the new homes achieve 62% above carbon reduction requirements in current building regulations and all 43 homes are built to the Lifetime Homes Standard, which means they are fully adaptable to cope with people’s changing needs throughout their lives.
The development was supported with £1,615,000 in funding from the Oxfordshire Housing and Growth Partnership.
Michelle Chidgey, Head of Sales & Marketing for OX Place, said: “It’s great to see the new residents renting from Oxford City Council and the shared owners in their new homes. These homes were an absolute pleasure to sell and really do showcase OX Place’s commitment to delivering high quality, design-led new homes and contributing to Oxford’s journey to zero carbon development by 2030.”