Football legend's wife opens new development

Advertise here

Published by Jon Land for Durham Aged Mineworkers' Homes Association in Housing and also in Communities

A disused former allotment site in the centre of a North East town, which been transformed into a new £2.8 million affordable housing scheme, has had its official opening. Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) has developed 24 two-bedroom bungalows at Steel Street, Consett, now known as Shotleyfield View. They were officially opened today by Lady Elsie Robson. Her late husband, Sir Bobby Robson performed a similar opening for the Association in Gilesgate in 2001. DAMHA ...

Read full article...