New generation of Leeds City Council homes ‘to be proud of’



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Council bosses are promising a social housing revolution in Leeds, with the building and delivery of almost 1,000 new council homes “to be proud of”.

With more than 20,000 people on the council housing waiting list, city decision-makers have launched a new £20m drive – part of a wider £52m housing growth pot – to plug that gap.

The new homes, to be built in pockets across the city, will be part funded by receipts from the sale of Right to Buy properties, and partly by using money saved by the recent abolishment of the ALMOS and bringing services in-house.


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