December 24, 2016
Residents move into council's new Burnham-On-Sea homes

A group of tenants has this week moved into the first four new Burnham-On-Sea homes that Sedgemoor District Council has built in at least 30 years.

These homes are the first of a planned 18 from Sedgemoor District Council, alongside Homes in Sedgemoor, which are currently under construction in the area.

Council spokeswoman Claire Faun told "After government changes in legislation, Sedgemoor District Council took the opportunity to start building badly-needed houses."

"After looking around at its estates, it was decided to redevelop some redundant garages and build a range of brand new, energy-efficient homes."

"The first scheme to be completed is at Rosewood Close in Burnham-On-Sea, where four one-bedroomed flats were handed over to new tenants on December 21st."

A further fourteen new family homes are currently being built and will be completed by February 2017.

Pictured: Chairman of Sedgemoor District Council, Cllr Ian Dyer, in front of the new homes at Rosewood Close in Burnham-On-Sea


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