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  • More local people will be able to stay local, thanks to the completion of a £2.4 million scheme by Markey Construction to build 22 new homes in the Cornish village of Kilkhampton, near Bude.
    The site off Jubilee Close, now known as Atlantic View Road and Sea View Close, has been built for leading housing and care provider Sanctuary Group. It includes a mix of family accommodation, from two bedroom bungalows to four bedroom houses, all available on an affordable rental basis.
    Approval for the scheme was granted by Cornwall Council to help provide affordable homes in Kilkhampton, allowing people to remain or return to the village in which they grew up, and providing comfortable bungalow accommodation for older or disabled residents from the local area.
    Neil Clements, Sanctuary’s Development Manager for Cornwall, said: “Our aim with the Jubilee Close scheme was to provide a range of high quality affordable homes that would allow people to stay close to their families and friends in the village, and be part of the community they grew up in.
    “The scheme is now complete and ready for people to move in – and we sincerely hope that this small development will make a big difference for many years to come to those families who make these properties their homes.”

    Richard Dudgeon, Markey Construction’s Managing Director, said: “In partnership with Sanctuary Group we’ve worked hard to deliver a scheme that not only meets local needs, but also helps create sustainable communities for the future. Every property has been built to exacting standards and we’re confident the development will be a real asset to the area.”


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