CITY SET FOR NEW HOME BUILDING BOOM
A MASSIVE push is under way to deliver thousands of new homes in and around Plymouth.
The city council has agreed to sell off 10 sites it owns to help launch a new housing boom.
The land – including a number of old school sites – is expected to support more than 600 homes.
Council chiefs are also trying to kick-start 96 stalled building projects where more than 5,000 new homes could be built.
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And The Herald has learned that in the past ten days a deal has finally been struck that is likely to see work begin on Sherford new town, on the eastern outskirts of the city.
The building boom will create hundreds of jobs and draw in millions of pounds of investment and Government grants.
Cllr Mark Lowry, the city Cabinet member responsible for housing delivery, vowed yesterday to do "everything legally possible" to make sure that developers get back to work after one of the longest economic slumps on record.
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