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Cleator Moor

We believe that regeneration could make a real difference to our customers by providing quality homes, promoting social cohesion, wellbeing and self-dependence. We’re committed to working with customers, local communities and stakeholders to make sure these proposals meet customer and community needs.

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  • Overview
  • Engagement
  • FAQs
  • Documents
  • Meet the team
  • Get in touch


About Cleator Moor

The Wath Brow and Priory Drive areas in Cleator Moor are housing estates made up of 362 homes: 244 affordable rented homes owned by Home Group and 118 privately owned.

The estate faces a number of challenges:

  • Some properties are in a state of decline as a result of dated construction methods
  • Some homes are poorly insulated and ventilated resulting in higher bills, condensation and damp problems for customers
  • The mix of properties doesn’t meet the needs of the community
  • There are poorly designed public spaces and links through to the wider area are inadequate

We’ve been exploring the potential for providing housing that better suits the needs of our customers and the wider community and we’re keen for all residents to have a say in this. We’ll be working closely with our customers, home owners, the local community and the council in order to ensure any proposals that come forward are best aligned with everyone’s involvement.

We are considering regeneration at Cleator Moore due to:

  1. the current level of investment required to maintain our existing homes
  2. the requirement for homes to match the housing need of our customers and the wider community


About regeneration

Your FAQs about regeneration, why it's needed and what the aims are.

The plans

Information about plans and designs.

FAQs for customers

Frequently asked questions for our customers living in Cleator Moor.

FAQs for homeowners

Information for homeowners living in Cleator Moor.

Meet the team

Shelley Courty (Regeneration Officer) is the main point of contact for customer queries about the regeneration and will be undertaking all one-to-one appointments with households as we move forward with any proposals. Shelley's experience lies in supporting customers and delivering move programmes, making sure all residents get support and information throughout the engagement process.

Davina Imbuldeniya (Senior Regeneration Manager - Engagement) will be leading on the consultation and engagement process as well as planning the overall decant programme.

Emma Murgatroyd (Lead Regeneration Development Manager), along with Brian, will be leading on the planningand design process, up to and including submission of all planning applications, both outline and detailed.

Brian Patterson (Development Manager) is involved in project managing our developments. He also coordinates our project and design teams during the development stages and works closely with architects once schemes get started.

Get in touch

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the regeneration, please contact Shelley Courty, our dedicated Regeneration Officer, on:

M: 07393 233 739

T: 0191 607 9961

T: 0345 141 4663


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