YORKSHIRE RURAL DEVELOPMENT HANDED OVER

Moody Construction completes North Yorkshire affordable housing scheme.

Moody Construction were appointed to carry out the development of 7 dwellings on a rural exception site near Thirsk in North Yorkshire.

In a single terrace the development comprises of 1nr 3B5P house, 4nr 2B4P house, 1nr 2B3P first floor flat and 1nr 1B2P ground floor flat, the dwellings being a mixture of rented and shared ownership plots.

The scheme also comprised associated drainage, external works, hard and soft landscaping, parking areas and fencing. In addition to the above and underground surface water tank was installed to manage surface water run off. A pumping station being install to manage the discharge to an agreed rate into the highways public sewer.

“A fantastic scheme and the workmanship is outstanding so thank your team for such a job well done. A number of our Board members have visited the site and were really blown away with the quality of the product and finish.”

Joy Whinnerah, Development and Investment Director at Broadacres Housing Association

 

We were delighted to have completed this scheme during such difficult times and to continue our ongoing relationship with Broadacres.

John Cole, Pre-Construction Manager at Moody Construction


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