We have a range of new homes across the North West through Laurus Homes, a profit-for-purpose housing developer that’s part of Trafford Housing Trust.
Laurus Homes is a different kind of property development company. We believe everyone deserves a special place to call home. We design homes for everyone, including rent to buy, shared ownership and help to buy schemes to make getting on the ladder that little bit easier.
And unlike many housing developers, we use our profits to create local jobs and to invest in community projects that help to end poverty and improve education and wellbeing.
By choosing award-winning architects and putting people first, we create spacious, welcoming environments where everyone can live a healthier, happier life.
We understand that you love to add your own touches, so we offer a wide range of upgrade options on to help you to choose additional features that match your lifestyle.
And we never forget that choosing your home is one the biggest decisions you’ll ever make. That’s why our team makes the whole process stress free, from our first conversation through to moving in day and after care. We’re here to help you love your new Laurus home.
Affordable housing programme expenditure
As part of the Government's transparency agenda, we publish details of all our costs related to our Affordable Housing Programme. All expenditure details are updated on a quarterly basis. Click the links below for the latest quarter's details.
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