New council homes completed in Fishersgate

Released: Wednesday, 06 March 2024

Another two new Adur District Council homes have been completed for local families in need of somewhere to live.

A former garage compound at the junction of Gardner Road and West Road in Fishersgate has been redeveloped to create two three-bedroom houses for Adur families on our housing waiting list.

The work is part of our plans to replace our old garage compounds and under-used sites with extra homes that families in the district need in Sompting, Lancing, Shoreham, Southwick and Fishersgate.

The semi-detached homes have front and rear gardens, electric charging points and off-street parking bays. They are also well insulated and equipped with air source heat pumps to make them more sustainable, by providing the residents with renewable energy.

Cllr Carson Albury, Adur's cabinet member for Adur Homes and customer services, said:

“We're determined to build new homes to help Adur residents on our waiting list to have somewhere to live.

“We've now completed new council homes in Sompting, Lancing, Shoreham and Fishersgate in 2024 alone, and there are lots more new homes to follow.

“By focusing on under-used sites like the one at Gardner Road, we can create much-needed sustainable new homes for our community while protecting and enhancing our environment.”

This is the fourth part of our small sites programme to be completed, following the construction of new council homes in Leconfield Road, Lancing, St Giles Close, Shoreham, and Sylvan Road, Sompting. 

More council homes are currently being built in Shoreham and Southwick while new sites have also been identified in Lancing.

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Photos: Two new council homes at the junction of Gardner Road and West Road in Fishersgate

Two new council homes at the junction of Gardner Road and West Road in Fishersgate (March 2024)

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