Green light to restore Priestgate
Published by Sonia for Cross Keys Homes in Housing and also in Communities
The old listed building at Priestgate will once more be restored to its former glory.
A dignified building that has seen better days as a vicarage and a prestigious solicitors’ offices, will have 3 million spent on it by Cross Keys Homes.
Cross Key Homes has just received planning approval to sympathetically convert the beautiful buildings in the historic centre of Peterborough into 29 shared ownership homes. The developers will be Lindum Sturgeon.
Hayley Roan, Sales and Marketing Manager, Cross Keys Homes: “This is a wonderful opportunity for people to acquire a city centre home that will be affordable for many pockets. There is a real shortage in Peterborough, as well as nationally, of quality homes that the average person can afford. It is our intention to build for the future and provide the people of Peterborough homes they can be proud of and enjoy at sensible costs.”
Matthew Flower, Lindum Sturgeon said: “I am excited at the prospect of delivering this prestigious project for Cross Keys Homes. Through a collaborative working approach we have been able to help bring forward this scheme which will provide innovative energy efficient homes in a unique location. The investment will help to secure jobs for local workers and enable us to expand on our apprentice and work experience initiates, providing opportunities for the local community.”
For further information contact Hayley Roan on 01733 386415