Regeneration and supporting the growth agenda in Corby

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Regeneration and supporting the
growth agenda in Corby
2006 - 2014
Jacqui Page, Housing Strategy Manager
January 2015
Outcomes to date
• CBC Regeneration of 3 key
• Funding Bids Supported by
areas
CBC
• Successful bid for support
– Kickstart
funding to build 74 new
– Get Britain Building
council homes
– National Affordable Homes
Programme for partner RSLs
• Purchased 8 homes using RTB
receipts
3 key regeneration areas saw
improvements including a
reduction of crime and antisocial behaviour
Kingswood (top left)
Danesholme (bottom left)
Lodge Park (right)
These are the 3 estates that have
suffered a number of issues including
crime and antisocial behaviour due to
the design of buildings and layout of
streets. They were designed using the
Radburn principles of community
living. However, this has not worked
as modern day living favours the car
rather than the pedestrian or cyclist.
The 3 Streets were demolished in
2006/7 to make way for new
development that would suit modern
life and reflect need and demand by
people living in Corby. The 3 streets
that were demolished; Lincoln Way,
Kingswood; Finland Way, Danesholme;
Arran Way, Lodge Park; were primarily
made up of flats, bed sitters and
maisonettes that suffered from a lack
of demand from residents of the
borough.
Growth of 82 new council
homes, let to the housing
register
Top Left picture: Lodge Park
Regeneration of Arran Way – 30 new
homes for rent by the Council.
Bottom Left picture: Danesholme,
Copenhagen Road development – 14
new homes for rent by the Council.
Danesholme suffers a deficit of 2 bed
homes and 10 of these homes are 2
bed houses to alleviate that issue.
Right hand picture: Kingswood
regeneration of Lincoln Way - 38 new
homes for rent by the Council.
Growth of 567 new homes
under the kick-start
program
Top Left picture: Priors Hall Park,
near Weldon – 384 new homes
supported with HCA funding.
Bottom Left picture: Hooke Close,
off Rockingham Road – 67 new homes
supported with HCA funding.
Right hand picture: Kingswood
Colyers Gardens - 116 new homes
supported with HCA funding.
Growth of 55 new homes
under the Get Britain
Building Program
 55 new homes for sale on the
Lodge Park Regeneration site see the
completion of regeneration in this area
Total house building in Corby
between 2006 – 2012. All of
which has been delivered or
supported for delivery by CBC
2006/7
• 607 new homes built
2007/8
• 666 new homes built
2008/9
• 517 new homes built
2009/10
• 373 new homes built
2010/11
• 585 new homes built
2011/12
• 484 new homes built
Total
• 3232 new homes built
Outcomes Projected
• CBC Regeneration continues
– 58 new homes supported by HCA
funding to finalise regeneration on
Kingswood, Danesholme, Lodge
Park and Hazel Leys
in the 201115 programme
• Funding Bids Supported by CBC
– Affordable Homes Programme bids
for RSL partners such as ASRA who
are currently doing Canada Square
(18 Properties) and Metropolitan
who are currently doing West
Glebe in the Lloyds West Part of
Corby (18 homes, 14 of which are
bungalows).
58 new council homes by
March 2015, let to the
housing register
Danesholme Regeneration (Top Left),
Finland Way development. 47 New
Homes; 18 for rent by Corby Borough
Council – fully complete by November
2014.
 Kingswood Regeneration (Middle
Left), Boston Close Development. 26 new
homes for rent by the Council, seeing the
last phase of the Lincoln Way
Regeneration completed – fully complete
by March 2015.
 Kingswood Regeneration (Bottom
Left), Canada Square development. 36
new homes all for rent; 18 by Corby
Borough Council. Fourteen of the
Council’s homes are being delivered
without funding support, the remainder
are supported by the HCA.
 Hazel Leys Regeneration (Top Right),
Leighton Road development. 4 new
bungalows for rent by Corby Borough
Council – fully complete by March 2015.
 Lodge Park Regeneration (Bottom
Right), Willow Brook Road Redundant
Garage Site Development. 5 new
bungalows for rent by Corby Borough
Council – fully complete by March 2015.
14 new council homes delivered using RTB receipts by
Autumn/Winter 2015, let to the housing register
In order to ensure completion of the
development on Canada Square the
Council have committed its own
funding without HCA support for 14
of its 18 homes being built.
Canada Square has 36 units planned
for development; all of which will be
for affordable rent. The site is split
50/50 between CBC and ASRA, who
are delivering their 18 using funding
support from the HCA.
This sees the Kingswood Housing Regeneration within the Master Plan completed by March 2015
More outcomes projected …
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50 new council homes by March 2018, let to the housing register
Continue to support partners for funding bids
Rise in commitment to Corby by Housing Providers
Rise in commitment to Corby by Housing Developers
Aims
To achieve growth target by 2031
To maintain Corby as a place where people want to live, stay, visit and
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