Building company to give 200 houses to homeless

By Ann McGauran | 03 February 2020

Housebuilding company Hill is to donate 200 homes worth more than £10m to house homeless people.

According to the company, the houses will be completed and lived in within five years, with the first sites anticipated next year. It has said the properties will have a minimum life expectancy of 60 years and will be built to an exceptional standard using offsite Modern Methods of Construction. The homes will be arranged in small groups, with no more than eight on one site and no higher than two storeys.

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