The site opposite Crediton Train Station will include 22 new homes built to Code for Sustainable Homes
Andy Corp, Managing Director at Halsall, said, “With the government focus on social housing delivery, we are
now starting to see increased activity in the market.
“The Well Parks scheme in Crediton is particularly interesting in that Mid Devon Council have invested in the development on their own and not partnered with a RSL or the HCA.
“By councils taking this alternate route to providing social housing, we hope we will see more opportunities
unlocked in the future.”
Councillor Ray Stanley, Cabinet Member for Housing, said “This is an exciting time for this authority as it’s the
first construction of social housing for more than 20 years.
“In the more distant future, providing funding can be obtained, further brownfield sites will be developed.
“Our intention is to continue to provide new accommodation for those in need of homes.”