One Vision Housing’s new development, Conway Point Housing Scheme, will offer 46 Rent to Buy apartments in Wirral

Located two minutes from Birkenhead town centre, the Conway Point housing project will provide essential and affordable apartments to rent for local residents. One Vision HousingThe new development of was made possible by £1.7million in funding from Homes England.

Conway Point housing offers an affordable alternative

The Center for Social Justice recently reported that more than 40% of people in the Northwest felt housing costs in their area were “too high.” 77% of these people also agreed that social housing is an essential resource for vulnerable people.

Conway Point is part of The Sovini Groupwhich aims to combat high housing costs by providing high quality and affordable modern housing.

The Rent to Buy program will help customers by offering rent at around 20% less than market price, taking some of the financial burden off them, and allowing them to save for a deposit and buy the apartment through co-ownership. or an outright purchase.

“We are driven by our purpose to create opportunity and change lives”

Managing Director of Housing at The Sovini Grou, Ian Mitchell, said:

“We are driven by our purpose to create opportunity and change lives, and we look forward to seeing inclusive and thriving communities flourish here in Birkenhead, as we welcome customers into their new affordable, quality homes.”

Steve Parrington, Managing Director of Sovini Construction added:

“We are committed to developing high quality affordable housing and the Conway Point program reflects this philosophy.

“We strive to make a positive difference in the communities in which we build, and that’s why we’re proud to partner with award-winning social housing provider One Vision Housing, who share a commitment to creating opportunity and to change lives.

“We look forward to seeing the development flourish within the local community for years to come.”

Taking care of our environment is at the heart of this project

Reducing environmental impact and striving to achieve net zero carbon emissions is at the heart of the Slovini Group’s mission.

In accordance with The Future Buildings Standard (2021), housing at Conway Point is being developed by Sovini Construction with a “fabric first” approach on a brownfield site.

This method is to maximize the performance of components and materials selected during construction and to reduce energy consumption, such as thermal efficiency and operating costs.

The 46 apartments will include eco-friendly features such as efficient toilets, taps, showers and light fixtures.