Preston Road regeneration

Funding was committed for the regeneration of the Preston Road area over a five year period.

The plans include -

  • 1000 new builds
  • refurbishment of 366 Winget properties - now complete
  • demolition of 514 Winget properties - nearing completion

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

Demolition

Most of these properties were 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 and demolitions are nearing completion. Our City Wide developer partners are submitting plans for the first phase of new homes on this site.

 

Refurbishment

The refurbishment of the Winget homes to the west of Holderness Drain and Marfleet Lane has now been completed,

New build

New homes at Exeter Grove, Ganstead Grove, Portobello Street, Maybury Road and Alexander Gardens (the former Greif site, off Southcoates Lane) have now been completed by our City Wide Lead Developer consortium which includes, Keepmoat Homes, Strata Homes and Homegroup.

Alexandra Gardens, Southcoates Lane

162 new homes including 35 council homes have now been completed by Keepmoat Homes. For details on the homes for sale please contact Keepmoat sales team on 01709 766 000. There is also a new open green area with a footpath linking the new homes to Troutsdale Grove.

David Lister site

Pickering and Ferens Homes have built 82 new bungalows called Newbridge Village, surrounding the Integrated Care Centre.

Hopewell Road

An outline planning application has been made to build six bungalows on Hopewell Road with a further ten planned as a next phase. These will be two bed bungalows and once a builder is selected we will hold a residents drop in consultation on the draft designs in Autumn. 

Preston Road (between Marfleet Lane & Holderness Drain)

We are currently working with our lead developer partner on a planning application for the site. A public consultation was held on 6th November 2019 on the detailed plans for the first phase.   There will be over 550 new homes built in total over a five year period. 

Grange Road (Archbishop Thurston School) site

The developer Keepmoat homes are building 121 new homes including 12 affordable council homes on the site. A show home will open early in 2020.

60 Preston Road

Preston Road Womens Centre are building 10 single bedroom flats within a 3 storey (6 flats) and a 2 storey block (4 flats) with associated landscaping and enclosure on the site of the previous centre.  The planning application has now been submitted ref 19/01054/FULL

The White Place

Preston Road Womens Centre  are consulting in November 2019 on their plans for a community development on the two sites adjacent to 85 Preston Road for 25 homes; nine 3 bedroom town houses, eight 1 bedroomed flats and eight 2 bedroomed flats.   
 

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