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Regeneration

Queens Park

We want to provide our Queens Park customers with homes they love living in, in an estate they feel secure.

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About Queens Park

Queens Park in Millom is an estate of predominantly concrete flat roof homes built in the 1940s. There are 66 concrete constructed homes, 49 affordable rented belonging to us and 17 privately owned.

The estate faces a number of challenges:

  • It suffers from a severely outdated design
  • Inefficient use of existing homes with many customers experiencing under-occupation or overcrowding
  • The flat top properties are in poor condition which can be seen through the appearance of these properties
  • A decline in the quality of Home Group properties
  • High energy costs as a result of poor thermal performance
  • A mix of properties not suited to the housing demands in the area
  • Poorly designed public spaces and poor links through to the wider area

Investing in quality homes

We aim to redevelop the estate and replace the existing properties with new, modern homes. We are committed to providing affordable homes and homes for outright sale due to the surplus of Home Group properties within Millom and the surrounding area.

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