move into council's new Burnham-On-Sea homes
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.
homes are the first of a planned 18 from Sedgemoor District Council,
alongside Homes in Sedgemoor, which are currently under construction
in the area.
spokeswoman Claire Faun told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "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
"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
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