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    A partnership between Gloucester City Homes and the city council will see 33 new homes built in the city over the next 14 months.

    Construction has already begun on one site and hopes to be finished by February, reports the Gloucester Citizen. building.jpg

    Chief executive of Gloucester City Homes, Ashely Green, has said: “It is an exciting time for Gloucester City Homes as we are now seeing all our hard work become a reality. The amount of work that has been undertaken on site so far is impressive and we are looking forward to its progression with the goal of proving high quality affordable housing to those in need.”

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    August 25, 2015 by Laura Matthews Categories: Housing And Benefits

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