Concept. High quality, sustainable and affordable home for local people. Simple
A community isn’t built from bricks and mortar but from the people who
live in it.
The traditional housing market doesn’t look after people of average income who simply cannot afford to own their own home, those who aren’t eligible for help through any publicly funded housing schemes, but who have seen the bottom of the ladder pulled out of reach.
The more attractive the place, the more acute this problem of affordable homes becomes. Villages and market towns, especially those in attractive parts of the country, are particularly hard hit. Diss and Roydon are such places - prosperous places with a rich history, an active community, good schools and facilities - places anyone would want to live in.
Long Meadow is a sustainable development of homes for local people, at a price more people can afford. Following completion of the first 29 homes, the development is currently subject to a revised planning application before more homes can be released.