Preston Road regeneration

Funding has been committed for the regeneration of the Preston Road area over a five year period and is reviewed annually.

The plans include -

  • 1000 new builds
  • refurbishment of 366 Winget properties
  • demolition of 514 Winget properties

Access the Holderness Road Corridor Area Action Plan for designation of land usage


Most of these properties are a non traditional property type referred to as a Winget. These homes were identified for demolition because their construction was classified as defective and extensive reinvestment is required to prolong their life.

The acquisition plan is phased with each phase divided into A and B separated by six month intervals. The phasing allows you to plan and explore options with our support. The dates given on the map are when we can start to visit you to support you through the process of purchasing your property ready for demolition.

We are working with residents to explore rehousing options across all phases.

We work closely with the police, area team and other community partners to minimise antisocial behaviour associated with empty properties and ensure that demolition follows the acquisition of properties as closely as possible. Please report any issues to us or your local police.



These improvements by Fortem Energy Services Limited (formerly Wilmott Dixon) are nearing completion.

The work includes -

  • structural improvements to give additional stability
  • external wall insulation

You are informed by letter and a visit before any works start.

For private owners within the refurbishment areas there will be one to one visits to discuss works.



New build

These homes are providing relocation options for those affected by the acquisition and relocation programme in the area.

175 new homes at Exeter and Ganstead Grove are completed and rented.

Those identified for demolition will be given priority for new homes.

The new homes at Portobello Street, Maybury Road and Alexander Gardens (the former Greif site) off Southcoates Lane are being built by our City Wide Lead Developer consortium which includes, Keepmoat Homes, Strata Homes and Homegroup.

Portobello Street

Building has started on 142 homes for affordable rent. The 93 new council homes will be completed this year and 49 for registered provider Homegroup are now rented. 

Maybury Road

55 new homes for sale. For details call the Strata sales office 01482 534 365 open Thursday to Monday 10am - 5pm

Visit the Strata website for more information on the Maybury Emotion site

Alexandra Gardens, Southcoates Lane

162 new homes will include 35 council homes and 127 homes for sale. The site is being developed by Keepmoat Homes. For details on the homes for sale please contact Keepmoat sales team on 01709 766 000. There will also be a new open green area with a footpath linking the new homes to Troutsdale Grove.

David Lister site

Pickering and Ferens Homes are building 82 bungalows called Newbridge Village, which will surround the Integrated Care Centre. Completion is expected July 2018.
For general enquiries call United Living on 01482 223 783.

Building has begun on the Integrated Care Centre which will deliver specialist care, better management of long term health conditions and services for frail, elderly patients.
The contact number for enquiries is Sewells on 01482 974 333.

Visit the City Care website for more information on the Integrated Care Centre



Advice on energy improvement and thermal efficiency

More information on grants and loans for property improvements

Access the planning applications

Regeneration payments for homeowners and tenants

Find out more information about regeneration payments for homeowners and tenants

The Big Purple Build

Winner, the Preston Road Women's Centre Ltd, have launched a Big Purple Build campaign to raise £151,000 towards their brand new building now underway on Preston Road. We have provided the site next to the Archbishop Sentamu Academy and lottery funding is also being used to fund the project.