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Lewisham £2.75m affordable housing gets planning approval

Hexagon Housing Association has been granted planning permission to build 15 new homes for affordable rent in Lewisham, South-east London.

The £2.75 million development, designed by Alan Camp Architects, will be made up of two, three and four-bedroom houses. Two of the properties will be fully wheelchair-accessible.

The new homes will be arranged in three terraces, set around a forecourt. Roof-mounted solar thermal panels will help reduce the homes’ carbon dioxide emissions by almost 25 per cent.

Hilife Construction Co will shortly start work on the new housing, which will take a year to complete.