This project is an award-winning 10-flat development built for young people in housing need. During the build HfH were also able to manage training on site for disadvantaged local youth not in education, employment or training (also known as ‘NEETS’).
This was an innovative partnership between Habitat for Humanity (as developer and contractor), Cherwell District Council and Sanctuary Housing Association who have acquired and are managing the units. As a result of this partnership, Cherwell Council won the Local Government Chronicle Award for Innovation in 2012, to recognise their work on providing affordable housing for people in need and creating training opportunities for young people at the same time.
Find out more about our on-site training programme for young people.