Ikea-owned firm strikes deal with council to build ‘flat-pack’ housing

By Martin Ford | 03 October 2019

Bristol City Council has reached an agreement with a Scandinavian firm that will see 200 ‘flat-pack’ homes built in the city.

BoKlok, a company jointly owned by Skanska and Ikea, will develop 140 homes on a council-owned site in the south of the city to be sold on the open market, with the remaining dwellings destined for social rent and shared ownership.

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