There is a need to provide better quality affordable homes in Altrincham and across Trafford, and we want to ensure that we offer customers greater choice.
We want to explore with you the issues and opportunities for investment into the blocks at New Street. We are therefore holding a series of sessions to explore this in more detail with the aim of planning the future of the blocks later in the year.
The blocks were built in 1960 and need substantial physical investment to address structural issues including new roofs, windows and doors, concrete balconies and guttering. Investment is needed to the communal entrances and internal areas.
They have become difficult to let and customers choose to move away from these blocks more frequently than other THT homes, despite their popular location, which suggests that these blocks are no longer popular places to live.
If you have any further questions, please contact us…
Phone: 0300 777 7777
Post: Trafford Housing Trust, 126-150 Washway Road, Sale. M33 6AG
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