An innovative housing initiative is set to transform the housing landscape of Bridlington, England, as plans for a vibrant project encompassing 122-home and care development for Bridlington has been given the green light by the East Riding Council. The development will also include a restaurant, and a hairdressing salon. Situated near Pinfold Lane, will cater to diverse housing needs, accommodating 54 affordable homes and 68 additional care homes targeting individuals aged 55 and above.
Esh Construction spearheads this £25 million 122-home and care development venture for Bridlington in collaboration with Housing 21 and Yorkshire Housing. The development aims to address the rising demand for affordable housing in the area and establish specialized living spaces for the older demographic.
Distinguished by its inter-generational focus, the 122-home and care development for Bridlington project revolves around a three-story extra care building boasting one and two-bedroom apartments. Among the standout features are the communal facilities, including an in-house restaurant, a hair salon, and a welcoming resident lounge. The management of these facilities falls under the purview of Housing 21. This modern approach allows residents to maintain an independent lifestyle while availing on-site care and support services tailored to their needs.
Construction start for the 122-home and care development for Bridlington
With permit now being issued the developer plans to start construction work for the 122-home and care development for Bridlington early next year. Esh Construction’s role extends beyond the care building, with the inclusion of a diverse range of housing options. These span two and three-bedroom houses, two-bedroom bungalows, and one-bedroom ‘walk-up’ apartments. Such a mix accommodates affordable tenures like shared ownership, affordable rent, and rent-to-buy schemes. In the 122-home and care development for Bridlington, Impressively, 26 houses will adopt innovative timber frame construction techniques, reflecting a commitment to cutting-edge building methods.
Laura Devaney, the esteemed Director of Land and Partnerships at Esh Construction, underscores the project’s alignment with the evolving demographic landscape, highlighting its significance in addressing the growing demand for specialized housing catering to later stages of life. She further emphasized the project’s contribution to national affordable housing targets. The Bridlington development, slated to commence next year, promises a dynamic addition to the region’s housing offerings and showcases Esh Construction’s commitment to innovation in housing solutions.