A young family who were living in overcrowded conditions have moved in to the first of 14 new affordable homes on a Leeds housing development.
Jephson Homes Housing Association has completed the affordable homes at Poplar Farm in Farsley.
Sam Mackay, his partner Stacey Witton and their four-month-old daughter Poppy have moved in to a two-bedroom house at Poplar Farm.
Mr Mackay said: “We were living with my mum before and had been on the housing waiting list for more than a year. “
He added: “We’re settling in really well. It’s going to be a great place to bring up a family.”
Built in partnership with developer Bellway Homes, the scheme will comprise of 45 new homes of which 14 are affordable houses for rent and shared ownership, The affordable homes are available in a part-buy, part-rent basis.