Planning officer becomes first occupant of housing

A planning officer at the London Borough of Redbridge has become one of the first occupants of housing provided through a trust set up by Bellway Homes. The arrangement provides affordable homes for sale using different financial products including shared ownership and equity mortgages. The trust is not a housing association and operates without public subsidy. Bellway says that it will work with registered social landlords and local authorities to provide mixed tenure on its sites. Planning officer Deone Wessels and policeman Philip Lewis are among the first beneficiaries of the trust's initial scheme at Sovereign Court in South Woodford, Essex.

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