We develop a range of new homes through South Yorkshire. We find and buy land, acquire Section 106 properties from private developers, and build homes for our tenants to settle, live well, and realise their potential.
Our 28 homes at Slingsby Place are a mixture of two and three bedrooms with fantastic views over Sheffield.
We want our homes and neighbourhoods to have details of beauty and joy. So, we worked with Green Estate to plant some pictorial meadows at Slingsby Place, and with a local artist to co-design a ceramics artwork for the development.
We started construction on Senior Road in January 2018, and finished the project later that year in October. We were delighted to take on the site, as we wanted to see new homes being built in Darnall. The development was funded by South Yorkshire Housing Association and Homes England grant funding.
The final design of the homes was created with Darnall Community Group, a local Police Architectural Liaison Officer, and our own Management and Maintenance teams – a real team effort!
We’re pleased to be working in partnership with Rother Living (a Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council partnership) on one of their latest developments – The Bellows.
The new development is in the heart of Rawmarsh, and is a collection of two and three bedroom semi-detached homes. On the site, we have 30 two and three bedroom shared ownership homes.
Bella View is on the outskirts of the village of Goldthorpe, in the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley.
The site is made up of over 200 homes with a mixture of two, three and four bedrooms. Of those homes, South Yorkshire Housing Association has 5: two are three bedroom homes for shared ownership, and three are two bedroom homes at an affordable rent.
This development was a Section 106 opportunity with Miller Homes.
A Section 106 is where a developer or agent approaches us with opportunity to bid on a site. This means that they are ‘off-the-shelf’ purchases. While we can’t determine the specification of the homes, we can sometimes influence or change the design.
Phase One at School House Way has four homes: three shared ownership homes, and one rental home. Phase Two at Eyre Chapel Rise has seven homes – three for rental, and four for shared ownership. All of the homes are two and three bedroom.
We’ve been working in partnership with Cheyne Capital Management’s Social Property Impact Fund to develop Dun Works in Kelham Island. At Dun Works we wanted to build homes with rents to suit a range of incomes. We’ve built over 200 apartments, with a third of these available to rent at ‘sub-market’ level.
To celebrate the area’s rich industrial history, we have restored and reused what we can. We salvaged 36,000 of the original bricks – and sills, lintels and the metal signage – from the building when it belonged to Williams Brothers. We’ve also re-erected some of the original signage which you can see on Dun Fields and Green Lane.
This development opportunity was another Section 106 opportunity with Miller Homes. A Section 106 is where a developer or agent approaches us with opportunity to bid on a site. This means that they are ‘off-the-shelf’ purchases. While we can’t determine the specification of the homes, we are can sometimes influence or change the design.
The development was spilt into two phases. The first phase saw 11 homes being built on Moss Dale Avenue, while the second phase saw four properties being built on Imperial Close.