Housing association Abri, based in the south of England, has exchanged contracts with Taylor Wimpey to deliver 44 affordable homes in East Horsley, Surrey.
The new homes are part of a larger development of approximately 110 homes called Ada Gardens being built by Taylor Wimpey in the village.
The mix of affordable homes includes 31 new homes for rent and a further 13 available to buy through shared ownership.
The new homes will feature a mix of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom homes.
They are expected to be completed by spring 2025.
Gavin Board, senior land manager at Abri, said: “With house prices in Surrey significantly above the national average, there’s a high demand for affordable housing.
“Abri is dedicated to supporting communities and working in partnership with Taylor Wimpey we hope these new homes will make a big difference to the local community.
“Abri is also committed to playing our part helping customers with the increased cost of living.
“The homes will incorporate energy-efficient fixtures and fittings, high levels of insulation, and zoned heating systems to lower energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint.”
The development is located near the high street and includes a large open green space with play areas and pathways.
There are also obstacle courses for children, which connect to the nearby woodlands.
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