Hawthorn Avenue regeneration

The programme of regeneration is well underway and extensive rebuilding is taking place. Improvements to the exterior of homes on White Street, Hawthorn  Avenue, Wellsted Street and the Boulevard areas were completed in 2016.

New housing

Woodcock Street
St Andrews Square

106 new homes at St Andrew's Square, Woodcock Street provide a mixture of private homes and social rent through Places for People. The £12 million scheme was the first of our partnership with Keepmoat homes to regenerate the area.

A further 49 new homes on Woodcock Street have been built on land bordered by Hawthorn Avenue and Westbourne Street.

Amy Johnson

148 homes have been completed and a further 491 new homes at Amy Johnson, on Hawthorn Avenue are offering a mixture of homes for sale from Keepmoat and social rent through Places for People.

Visit the Keepmoat website for more information on buying a new home

Visit the Places for People website for more information on renting a property

Riley College site
Riley Site show home

348 homes have been built at the site of the former Riley College between Alliance Avenue and Roslyn Road. 

Hawthorn Avenue East

277 new homes are being built on Hawthorn East.

The first 40 two bedroom bungalows for Pickering and Ferens and 46 houses for Places for People are completed and wrap around the new Extra Care apartments.

These new homes have a range of environmentally friendly features designed to cut fuel bills and reduce pollution, including -

  • energy efficient boilers
  • cavity, loft and under floor insulation
  • low energy lighting

All of the properties are being built using sustainable timber and meet the EcoHomes rating of very good.

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