Associations join forces for new homes
TWO housing associations have opened a development of new homes in Hayes.
Sessile Court was built in partnership between Thames Valley Housing, Ability Housing and Hillingdon Council to provide 24 affordable homes, 15 of which will be supported accommodation exclusively for residents in the borough.
The chief executives of Thames Valley Housing and Ability Housing, Geeta Nanda and David Williams, joined Hillingdon cabinet member for hosing Cllr Philip Corthorne to open the development in September.
Cllr Corthorne said: “Hillingdon Council is delighted to be supporting the Sessile Court development along with Thames Valley Housing and Ability Housing to provide excellent supported housing, which will give residents with complex needs an opportunity to lead more independent lives and be part of their local community.”
n PARTNERSHIP: From left, David Williams of Ability Housing, Geeta Nanda of Thames Valley Housing, Carole Brockwell of Ability Housing, Tim Preston of Thames Valley Housing and Councillor Philip Corthorne of Hillingdon Council