Cherry family-owned Stonebond and Manchester-based housing association Great Places will deliver the scheme in Wigan
Housebuilder Stonebond has been given planning approval to deliver a 106-home scheme that is 100% affordable with housing cooperative Great Places Housing Group.
Half of the new homes will be for affordable rent and the remaining 50% will be for shared ownership.
The development will be constructed on the site of a demolished 1960s office building that used to be located in Wigan business park. The scheme, Enterprise House, will consist of a mixture of two, three and four-bedroom homes.
Enterprise House was designed by Stonebond’s in-house architect.
The partnership scheme received grant funding from Homes England and Greater Manchester Combined Authority to redevelop the brownfield site.
Enterprise House is set to achieve a minimum of 10% biodiversity net gain, with new areas of open green space and a trim trail.
In June this year, Stonebond and Great Places announced a new open-ended partnership agreement that will initially deliver more than 600 affordable homes.
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The homes will be delivered on brownfield sites across Greater Manchester and Cheshire.
Great Places owns 25,000 affordable homes across the North-west and South Yorkshire.
Stonebond is owned by the sons of Countryside founder Alan Cherry, Graham and Richard Cherry.