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16th May 2016
John Archibald of Victory Housing Trust left receives the keys to new homes in Cromer from Martin Weavers of Norfolk Homes

Victory Housing Trust has received the keys to 13 new homes in Cromer – the latest in its long-term plan to boost the number of affordable homes in the area.

Chief executive John Archibald received the keys from Martin Weavers of constructor Norfolk Homes at the site off Roughton Road in the town, where the 13 new houses, flats and bungalows will be made available for affordable rental.

Seven two- and three-bedroom houses, three one-bedroom flats and three wheelchair-accessible bungalows make up the new homes – an investment of £1.2 million.

Receiving the keys, Mr Archibald said, “The need for affordable housing in this part of the county remains very high, and so despite budgetary pressures, we are committed to our programme of new home development. 

“These 13 new homes bring to 681 the number we have built since we came into existence in 2006, and we have another 130 homes currently being built on site.”