Rose & Hastoe Housing Association Join Forces to Deliver 47 New Affordable Homes in Suffolk

Rose & Hastoe Housing Association Join Forces to Deliver 47 New Affordable Homes in Suffolk

ROSE is delighted to be working with Hastoe Group as principal contractor to deliver 47 new, affordable homes at their development in Martlesham, Suffolk.

These homes will provide much-needed affordable housing for the local area, including 24 social rent and 23 shared ownership houses and bungalows. The development will also provide an abundance of open space and a 28-space car park for the local primary school Martlesham Primary Academy and for the Parish Council to enable better access to the adjacent Jubilee play space.

As part of  Hastoe Group commitment to tackling the climate emergency, the homes will be built to include Future Homes Standard construction elements to reduce carbon emissions, and feature air source heat pumps, double glazing, LED lighting, increased insulation levels and electric car charging points for each home.

Hastoe Group is an award-winning housing association specialising in sustainable rural homes. With over 7,500 high quality homes for social and affordable rent, shared ownership and leasehold across the south of England, its primary aim is to enable people to remain within their local communities.

Rose Director of Commercial Housing Justyn French said: “This scheme is a significant milestone for Hastoe as it will be one of its largest developments to date. We are proud to be delivering such an important development as these homes will be make a significant contribution to the local housing need.”

Development Director at Hastoe Housing Association Ulrike Maccariello said: “We are pleased to be working with ROSE to deliver the scheme at Martlesham. Hastoe took the decision to convert a market-led scheme into much-needed affordable housing for local people within East Suffolk. We are proud to deliver this scheme to Hastoe’s New Build Standard, that substantially exceeds Building Regulation Standard.”


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