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Evera Homes to provide 60 new homes in Huntingdonshire

Evera Homes, a limited liability partnership (LLP) of four Housing Associations in the East of England – of which Cross Keys Homes is proud to be part of alongside Flagship Group, Hyde Group and Longhurst Group – is under construction with its first scheme of 60 new homes in Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire.

The scheme of  2,3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties will offer a mix of outright sale, shared ownership and affordable rent. In total, 24 of the homes will be affordable – representing 40% of the scheme.

The first homes on the development, which have been named De Havilland Gardens, are due for completion in a few months time. The name of the development recognises the heritage of the site as a former RAF base and is taken from the De Havilland Aircraft Company. 

Claire Higgins, Chief Executive of Cross Keys Homes and Chair of Evera Homes, said: “By combining our skills, knowledge and expertise, we are working together to build high quality homes to meet the significant housing need in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough combined authority area.

“De Havilland Gardens is our very first development and it is fantastic to see the progress that is being made on these properties which we expect to be highly sought after.”

Evera Homes was launched in 2018 to tackle the acute housing shortage by working together to deliver homes at a greater pace. The plan by the four housing associations is to deliver the start on site of an additional 2,000 new homes by 2023. 

For more information on Evera Homes visit: www.everahomes.co.uk