Development Updates at ccha

Over the past year, we have been busy building our three upcoming developments.

The Wollaston Collection at Tweedy Rd

The Wollaston Collection at Tweedy Rd will complete in February, and we are excited to welcome our new residents and homeowners.

  • 5 homes for London Affordable Rent
  • 3 homes for London Living Rent
  • 8 homes for Shared Ownership
  • 3 homes for Help to Buy

Millen Court at Brighton Road

Millen Court at Brighton Road is due to complete in March 2022, and we are excited to start viewings soon with our Sales Consultants, Red Loft.

  • 6 homes for London Affordable Rent
  • 12 homes for Shared Ownership

Angel Oak Point at Sheldon Street

Angel Oak Point at Sheldon Street is due to complete in April this year and we hope to move into our new office in October. Work is well underway, and the show home is due to be installed soon.

Now our staff are working in a hybrid manner from the office and from home, the new office will be smaller, helping to reduce our impact on the environment and save on costs. As the office with be a part of one of our developments, it will be great to be close by to our new residents. Angel Oak Point was named as a nod to our humble beginnings and our hope to continue growing strong.

  • 3 homes for London Affordable Rent
  • 7 homes for London Living Rent
  • 13 homes for Shared Ownership
  • 1 commercial property – our new office

Want to buy but not sure where to start?

We have information on our nuviva website about affordable renting and buying options. If you have a small deposit or would like to rent cheaply to save for one, there are options for you.

London Living Rent (LLR)

  • LLR provides housing at a reduced rent price, allowing you to save up for a deposit with a view to purchasing your home within 10 years.
  • You can rent this way if you: o live or work in London; o either have a formal tenancy (for example, in the private rented sector) or live in an informal arrangement with family or friends as a result of struggling with housing costs; o have a maximum household income of £60,000; and o are unable to currently buy a home (including through Shared Ownership) in your local area.
  • Find out more or see our homes for rent.

Shared Ownership:

  • Shared Ownership offers you a way to get on the property ladder if you are struggling to buy a home.
  • You purchase a share of the property and rent the remaining amount, e.g. purchase 25% and rent 75%.
  • You can then ‘staircase’ in the future to buy more shares in your property.
  • Shared Ownership is available for older persons, as well as first-time buyers.
  • Find out more or see our homes for sale.

Help to Buy:

  • Help to Buy is a government scheme in which first time buyers can apply for an equity loan.
  • The Government lends you between 5% and 20% of the total purchase price of a new-build home, which you put towards the cost of buying the property.
  • You wouldn’t pay interest on the loan for the first 5 years.
  • Find out more.

Don’t forget to visit nuviva for more information and to see our homes to rent and buy.