THREE more flats could be slotted into a new extra-care housing project in the Vale, as the Guernsey Housing Association tries to meet demands for the accommodation of older islanders.
Guernsey Housing Association news
SMALLER developments are likely to become a mainstay of social housing as land supply shrinks, according to the Guernsey Housing Association chief executive.
A LACK of space has been the biggest challenge for builders working on new extra-care housing in St Martin’s.
COUR DU PARC might be opened to the public one last time before its refurbishment gets under way, Guernsey Housing Association chief executive Steve Williams has said.
CAR stacking and basement spaces were investigated to create more car parking at Cour du Parc, but none of the ideas were cost-effective, Guernsey Housing Association chief executive Steve Williams has said.
LONGFIELD Centre neighbours are relieved after their concerns over a new housing development were taken into consideration.
MORE social housing needs to be built in the rural area, Housing minister Dave Jones has said.
AROUND 450 new homes a year are needed to meet Guernsey’s growing accommodation demands, according to a housing needs survey.
HOMES could be built on the former Longfield Centre site in Maurepas Road, if the Guernsey Housing Association gets planning permission.
WORK on a future Guernsey Housing Association site in St Martin’s could be delayed for up to a year due to Japanese knotweed.