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DEVELOPMENTS

Warwick Road dementia care scheme

We're a member of the North Lincolnshire Dementia

Action Alliance, and we've announced plans to build the

first specialist housing scheme in North Lincolnshire,

specifically for people living with dementia, so that they can

continue to live independently for as long as possible.

To see a video of the plans, visit our website.

Belton new homes

We've been busy building 16 new homes in Belton. The

homes, off Ashtree Close, are a mixture of one, two, three

and four bedroom homes.

There are four one-bed bungalows, eight two-bed houses,

two three bed houses and two four-bed houses.

All of the homes have off-road parking, private gardens

and the kitchens, bathrooms and toilets are fitted with

vinyl flooring.

Westcliff new homes

The first 6 new homes in Westcliff have been completed and

are now ready to let. This is part of a bigger development of

41 new homes, which will be a mixture of 2 & 3 bed houses,

2 bed bungalows and two specialist 3 Bed Wheelchair

Bungalows. The street names will be Parker Avenue and

Hobart Avenue, named after people with links to the North

Lincolnshire region.

Albert Marson

Work is well underway on the regeneration of the Albert

Marson Court site in Scunthorpe. Replacing the old flats will

be 23 three bedroom houses and 4 four bedroom houses -

which are in high demand for the area. Planning permission

has been approved for these homes with the work now able

to progress, with building due to complete in June 2019.

To stay up to date

with all our

developments visit

www.ongo.co.uk

Warwick Road

Westcliff

Belton

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