Goodfellows are offering a number of shared ownership two and three bedroom houses through Raven Housing Trust. The site in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, is on the site of the former Keymer brick and tiles works which has been redeveloped. The developers worked closely with Natural England and the Natural History Museum to protect and record all the ecology and paleontological features of the site.
Shared Ownership is a government-funded scheme designed to help people get on the property ladder. It enables the buyer to purchase a share (usually between 25% and 75%) of the property, and pay the Housing Association rent on the remainder, at a level below the market value. Our advisors can help work out what each buyer can afford so you will not be overstretched financially.
These particular houses will be sold for a minimum of 25% share through Goodfellows and Raven Housing Trust.
The area is going to be extended following the development so that new ponds can provide a safe place for the amphibians to flourish away from the new residential site. Aquatic and marginal plants will be planted in and around the ponds to support the on-site habitat and biodiversity. Pathways through this area will allow residents of Kings Weald access to the community park to enjoy the wildlife and nature reserve.
The redevelopment of the area will include community facilities for the surrounding residents. If you are interested in finding out more about this or any other property, please give us a call and speak to our Shared Ownership specialists on 01372 745562.