New homes unveiled in Huntingdon

12:00 17 August 2014

Primrose homes opening

Primrose homes opening

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More than 10 new affordable homes have been opened in Huntingdon.

Luminus officially opened its 14 houses, which are a mix of one to three-bedroom properties, in Nightingale Mews, Primose Lane.

Chan Abraham, Luminus Group chief executive, said: “We are delighted to be able to provide a further 14 new affordable homes to Huntingdonshire, reaffirming our continued commitment to investing in this area and offering what we hope will be a fresh start for many Huntingdon residents.

“We want to provide quality, energy-efficient homes where people can thrive and neighbourhoods can be self-sustaining. This is an ongoing challenge, so we look forward to continuing to build on the existing strong partnership with HDC and many others to supply new homes and contribute toward happy communities, making Huntingdonshire a national centre of excellence.”

Luminus also plans to build homes in Brington, St Neots, Little Paxton and Bythorn.

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