Affordable housing developments

We work with housing associations, developers, landowners, local communities and the Homes and Communities Agency to secure sites and funding for new affordable housing. Affordable housing includes rented and shared ownership homes built by both housing associations and the council. To apply for rented homes, you will need to join our housing register.

To find out how to apply for shared ownership homes please visit our Help to Buy page. 

Below are details of the new council homes we are building.

Building work has begun on a site for 10 new council homes in Bletchingley. The site, at Coneybury playing fields, will provide four one-bed flats, four two-bed houses and two three-bed houses and is due to be complete around Christmas 2017. The homes are being built as a rural exception scheme, which means that only people on the housing register with a strong local connection to Bletchingley will be eligible.

A planning application has been granted to develop on this existing garage site at Coneybury, Bletchingley. This scheme will produce 3 x 2 bedroom houses and 1 x 2 bedroom bungalow. We expect works to start on site in late June 2017 and complete in late spring 2018.

We’ve received planning consent to redevelop an existing garage site to the rear of 2-8 Meadway. This scheme will produce 6 x bedroom flats and 2 x 2 bedroom houses. We expect works to start in September 2017 and complete in summer 2018.

We have also submitted a planning application for an existing car park at 238-240 Godstone Road . This scheme will produce 8 x 2 bedroom flats. We expect works to start on site in summer 2017 and complete in summer 2018, subject to planning approval.