Wokingham Housing Limited (WHL)’s subsidiary company Loddon Homes has been awarded £1.5 million from the Homes and Communities Agency..
Track the onsite building progress in Woodley, with regular photo updates from our on site developer RJ Leighfields……
Planning permission has been granted by Wokingham Borough Council for residential development on land at Polehampton in Ruscombe.
People living in the Wokingham Borough are invited to drop in to Woodley Library on Thursday 3 November between 10am and 2pm to find out more about Fosters Independent Living. Over recent months significant progress has been made in building this new scheme for older people. It replaces the former Fosters Care Home on Fosters… Read more »
The public can now track the progress of our £6 million independent living scheme for older people taking shape in Woodley. Behind the hoardings at Fosters Lane, there is a hive of construction activity which has been recorded by a specialist video camera over the last 10 weeks. The video shows the foundations being installed,… Read more »
Loddon Homes is delighted to have achieved registration as a For-Profit Registered Provider (RP) with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), who regulates social housing providers in England. Loddon Homes is the first completely council owned For Profit RP – more commonly known as a Housing Association. Only three housing associations have been set up… Read more »
Wokingham Housing Limited (WHL) are pleased to announce that planning permission has been awarded by Wokingham Borough Council for the erection of two, three bedroom houses at Elizabeth Road, Wokingham. The houses will come with provision for parking as well as gardens and additional landscaping within Elizabeth Road. These generous sized, new homes will make… Read more »
Construction is due to start in the next few weeks on the new Fosters independent living scheme with extra care in Woodley, creating a £6million purpose-built extra care facility on the site of a former old people’s home. The Wokingham Borough Council project is being managed by its company Wokingham Housing Ltd (WHL) in partnership… Read more »
This month saw Bill Flood present at the 10th annual Affordable Housing Conference. Sitting on the Local and Regional Authorities panel, Bill’s presentation addressed the question of “How to solve a problem like Housing Delivery” focusing on how Wokingham Housing (WHL) are using their own local housing companies to build their own housing in partnership with… Read more »
Work is now well underway at Wokingham Housing Limited’s (WHL) flagship site, Phoenix Avenue (formerly Eustace Crescent). This new development of 68 homes comprising of houses and apartments with landscaped gardens and parking, will set the standard for what you can be expected from a WHL home. WHLs contractor of choice for this exciting scheme… Read more »