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Building ‘Decent Homes’

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

The tower block flats on Callow Mount in Gleadless Valley are set for a huge transformation in the near future. The government funded regeneration Decent Homes scheme enters its latest phase as Meg Munn MP found out on a recent site visit.

 

All of the flats will be completely refurbished including windows, kitchens and bathrooms which are fitted to the resident’s needs and specifications. There will also be work done on the exterior of the flats to complete the new look and feel to the area.

 

Meg said:

 

The government said it was committed to bring all social housing up to a ‘decent’ standard after decades of neglect.  Sheffield took a lead and thousands of properties in the city have already been completed. This latest phase involves not only the refurbishment of individual flats but of the entire look and feel of the tower blocks.’

 

Local Councillor Garry Weatherall added:

 

"I’m pleased to see the Decent Homes programme going from strength to strength since being introduced by the former Labour Council. I’m even more pleased that the fruits of this project are being enjoyed in our ward. Decent housing has always been, and will remain, a Labour priority."

 

Sheffield Homes Project Manager Gary Lund explained:

 

"Our staff here at Sheffield Homes and our contract partners are all committed to delivering excellent results on behalf of our tenants. It’s our aim to work closely with the residents of Callow Mount and by involving them at every stage of the Decent Homes programme.  By finding out what is important to them, we can really make a difference to their homes and their lives." 

Associated Photograph :

Meg with Lovell’s Project Co-ordinator Alan Parchment, Sheffield Homes Project Manager Gary Lund and George Waldram, Lovells Project Leader.

Meg with Lovell’s Project Co-ordinator Alan Parchment, Sheffield Homes Project Manager Gary Lund and George Waldram, Lovells Project Leader.


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