Denton MP Andrew Gwynne visited a new affordable homes scheme in Denton North East on Monday.
Regenda Housing Group bought some former industrial land with Homes and Communities Agency funding to build 15 affordable homes. Six homes are on a shared ownership scheme and nine will be for rent. The rental properties will take tenants from the Tameside general list and from Regenda’s own list.
The close was named after former councillor Martin Wareing, who served Denton North East with distinction for many years.
Andrew Gwynne MP said:
“I was delighted to visit this new development in Denton.
Families want to live in homes that they can afford and I welcome the addition of these new high-quality Regenda properties
It was also pleased to see that the close has been named after Martin Wareing, who I was honoured to work alongside on Tameside Council and who made such a huge contribution to the local community.”
Andrew Gwynne MP is pictured with Denton North East ward councillor Allison Gwynne and Nick Stevens, the senior project development officer for Regenda Housing Group.