Residents celebrate £700K refurbishment of Hanover Point
Published by Rob Ghosh for Hanover Housing Group in Housing and also in Communities
Residents from a housing development for the over 50’s were celebrating today after their landlord; Hanover Housing Association completed a £700K refurbishment project at Hanover Point, Stockton- on-tees
Dozens of residents were joined by Hanover staff and local dignitaries as the Mayor of Stockton on tees Councilor, Kathryn Nelson unveiled a celebratory plaque to mark the occasion.
Hanover Point has seen a significant transformation over the last few months. New cladding and a new entrance have enhanced the internal and external look and feel of the development making the building more attractive..
A new roof and windows, together with cladding and insulation, have vastly improved energy efficiency and saved residents a significant amount of money on their heating bills.
Hanover Point resident 96 year old Nancy Wilson said: “I am really pleased with the work by Hanover and its architects. They have given my home a stunning face lift which I am very proud of.”
Tony Tench Retirement and Property Director, Hanover Housing Association: said, “This impressive retrofit programme is the result of meticulous planning, creativity and fantastic partnership working. We believe these improvements will benefit residents now and into the future, making Hanover Point an attractive and affordable place to live.
In addition Hanover’s architects, Leeds based Brewster Bye, have just heard that for the Hanover Point project has been shortlisted in the prestigious Architects Journal national retrofit awards which will presented to the winner at The Brewery in London on 11 September. The awards recognize the best retrofit projects completed within the past 12 months.