Portfolio - Issue 5 - Autumn 2018 - Page 10



RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
BARNES
VI
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NOOKSIDE
Barnes View, Nookside, an exciting
new development in Sunderland,is
providing new and quality housing
for the people of Sunderland.
With a mix of family homes, apartments and
bungalows, this small community is providing
housing opportunities for people of all ages.
With the apartments and most of its houses now
all sold or reserved, developers ENGIE
Regeneration, alongside appointed estate agent
Bradley Hall, are now marketing the last remaining
bungalows and two- and three-bedroom houses.
For further information please
contact Bradley Hall, Durham
on 0191 383 9999
or email durham@bradleyhall.co.uk
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Lee Francis, ENGIE Regeneration’s area director for the North East, said:
“This is an exciting chance for people to buy or rent a new, high quality
home in an established area of the city, which is receiving a great deal of
investment.
“We wanted to provide quality housing options for older members of
the community who remain independent. The bungalows on the
development are perfect for those who are looking for a property to meet
their current or future needs.
“There is also a limited amount of houses left which are perfect for rst
time buyers and young families.”
Overall, Nookside includes 23 two and three-bedroom properties, 12
two-bedroom bungalows, 32 two-bedroom apartments and an
independent living scheme comprising 8 one-bedroom suites.
Lee continued: “This ambitious development forms the next step for
Engie which look to oer an integrated solution to our partners, by
working with local authorities to secure viable land opportunities, building
high quality homes and managing the sales through our dedicated team.
“We look forward to working with the rest of the partners to transform
this neighbourhood and create a place where dierent generations want
to live.”
The scheme is being delivered by Engie and Thirteen Group in
partnership with Sunderland Borough Council and supported by funding
from the Homes and Communities Agency.
Councillor Graeme Miller, cabinet member for health, housing and adult
services at Sunderland City Council, said: “This development is a fantastic
new addition to the city’s housing stock and has been brought about by
excellent partnership working from everyone involved”.
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