Ribbon cut as new Leeds homes open

Pictured Mervyn Jones, chief executive of Yorkshire Housing, with new residents to the affordable housing scheme Evette Lundy, holding baby Melody Holroyd-Lundy, aged 6 months, Rachel Wade, and Deborah Meehan, with daughters Charlotte, 10, and Isabelle, 6. PIC: James Hardisty
Pictured Mervyn Jones, chief executive of Yorkshire Housing, with new residents to the affordable housing scheme Evette Lundy, holding baby Melody Holroyd-Lundy, aged 6 months, Rachel Wade, and Deborah Meehan, with daughters Charlotte, 10, and Isabelle, 6. PIC: James Hardisty
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A ceremony was held to celebrate the opening of 20 new homes in Leeds as part of a social housing project.

The ribbon was cut at Yorkshire Housing’s £2.8m development in Bramley.

Hillside, on Calverley Lane, offers 15 new homes with affordable rent, while five will be sold outright.

The new homes were built in partnership with Leeds City Council, Homes and Communities Agency, Bernard William Associates, Acanthus WSM Architects and Termrim Construction Limited.

The ceremony was attended by new residents Evette Lundy, six-month-old Melody Holroyd-Lundy, Rachel Wade and Deborah Meehan, with daughters Charlotte, 10, and Isabelle, six.

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