The small sites initiative has comprised a four stage approach.
Phase 1: Six new council homes across four sites (Bryant Avenue / Mansell Close / The Frith / The Cherries). All works were completed, and the homes handed over to the Council in Aug/Sept 2017.
Lydia Court: A development of 11 Council flats (one, two and three bed). Completed in October 2017.
Phase 2: The development of five car park infill sites including a former public house called the Lynchpin pub to provide 16 new affordable homes for SBC Housing. Completed November 2018.
Phase 3: The provision of 25 new build council homes across six sites (Fox Road (6) / Mansell Close (4) / Trelawney Avenue (3) / Morton Way (4) /Brook Path (3 bungalows) / Pendeen Court (5 apartments). These homes were delivered between July 2019 and March 2020.
Phase 4: Development across six sites providing 36 new build, affordable homes. The sites are at: Turton Way (4 homes) / Belfast Avenue (12) / Newport Road (2) / Cheviot Road (3) / Bowyer Drive (3) / Wentworth Avenue (12). This phase also includes a replacement Working Men’s Club at Wentworth Avenue and the final site, Belfast Avenue.
For more information about affordable housing in the borough, please contact Slough Borough Council.