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House builders developing properties in the have signed up to the ’s FirstBuy scheme, designed to help first-time buyers’ purchase newly built properties.

The scheme works by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and the house builders loaning a total of 20 per cent of the property price, meaning purchasers only have to make up the other 80 per cent from savings and a to buy a home outright.

It is anticipated that FirstBuy could help up to 200 households in the East Riding between now and 2013 and because FirstBuy is only available on new-build properties it also offers a timely boost to the market as well as supporting jobs in the construction industry and related trades.

Councillor Symon Fraser, cabinet portfolio holder for housing, environment and planning at Council, was pleased with the announcement.

He said:  “We all know that house prices in the East Riding are beyond the reach of many people living and working here, especially those trying to set up their first home.  It has become very difficult for people to save the large deposits banks and building societies want.

“This scheme offers help to first-time buyers and will be most welcome, it will also help to shorten the council’s housing waiting list.”

Subject to contracts being signed over the summer, house builders offering FirstBuy in the East Riding, will include national builders , Bovis, David Wilson, Gladedale, , Persimmon and Redrow, as well as local firms, such as Fulford Builders and Peter Ward Homes.

A variety of property types and sizes will be available on schemes across the whole of the East Riding, including the main towns of , , Brough, , , , , , , and , as well as smaller villages, such as Barmby Moor, Beeford and Hook.

David Curtis, executive director at the Homes and Communities Agency said: “I am really pleased that our will mean that local people can buy the home they want at a price they can afford. By having homes available in almost 20 locations from nine developers means that first time buyers will have a fantastic choice. “

Anyone wanting more information should contact the house builders direct, or approach my4walls, the local HomeBuy Agent at www.my4walls.co.uk

No fees are charged on the loan for the first five years and the loan has to be repaid when the property is sold or the mortgage paid off.

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The council is carrying out a further public consultation on the ’s planning blueprint for the future known as the ‘Local Development Framework.’

The consultation is on the draft Core Strategy, which is the main planning document for the Local Development Framework. Once adopted, the Core Strategy will guide decisions on the location of new , businesses, shopping, leisure and community facilities to 2028, and will replace the existing Local Plans.

A previous consultation took place in summer 2010, which generated 2250 comments. The council has decided to carry out a further consultation on specific parts of the Core Strategy so that it can address responses to last year’s consultation and take into account new information on the demand and need for new housing and the amount of jobs that are expected to be created.

The consultation seeks views on:

*     The ‘vision’ statements which set out how the East Riding’s main towns will look by 2028.

These have been prepared for Anlaby/Willerby/Kirkella; ; ; ; ; ; Hessle; Willerby; Elloughton/Brough; Hedon; ; ; ; ; and .

*     The number of new houses that will be built throughout the East Riding and  how many will be built in each town and village.

The consultation proposes that 25,500 new houses will be built in the East Riding  for the period up to 2028.  This reflects a number of issues including: anticipated demographic changes  (birth rates, death rates, migration into and out of the East Riding); the level of anticipated housing need (for example, emerging new households); the number of new jobs that are forecast to be provided; and the need to limit development near in order to support the city’s regeneration.

The number of new houses proposed in ‘rural service centre’ villages has been reduced to address local priorities about keeping new development in these settlements proportionate to the size of the village.

*     Changes to the policy setting out what types of development can be built in smaller rural villages and the countryside, including:

o     Allowing small scale housing development in villages that are close to the main towns and which have good access to larger centres. Small scale is usually no more than five homes. Examples include Barmby Moor, Nafferton and Woodmansey.

o     Allowing single homes to be built in rural villages that have basic services such as a shop, village hall or primary school without  the requirement to demonstrate ‘local needs’ for new houses.

*     The amount of land that is needed to support new jobs and the economy.

Updated economic growth forecasts suggest that 235 hectares of employment land is needed in the East Riding to 2028. The majority of employment land in the East Riding is located along the M62 corridor at sites such as Capitol Park/Junction 36 at Goole, Melton, Hessle/Humber Bridgehead.

In addition, approximately 200 hectares is proposed at Hedon Haven to support the anticipated growth of the renewable and low carbon energy sector and the recently announced ‘Enterprise Zone’ status.

*     The amount of affordable housing that will be provided with new housing developments.


Recent studies of affordable housing needs and the East Riding housing market suggest that, in the larger towns, affordable housing should be required on sites where 15 or more homes are built. In other areas affordable housing will be required when three or more homes are built. The proportion of the new housing that should be affordable varies throughout the East Riding from 5 to 25 per cent depending upon how economically viable it is to build in different areas.

*     How much recreation space will be provided through new developments.

The consultation proposes what standards we should use to determine how much and what types of recreational and amenity space will be provided with new developments.

How to access the document and make comments Full details about the Local Development Framework and all its documents including information on the number of proposed houses in different parts of the East Riding is at http://eastriding.limehouse.co.uk/portal/

Telephone: 01482 391739

Email: forward.planning@eastriding.gov.uk

Address: Forward Planning, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, 9BA

The consultation closes on Monday 19 December 2011.

Public ‘drop in’ sessions are being held throughout the consultation period at the following locations, from 2.30-6.30pm:

Date              Location

Tues. 22 November       Withernsea Library

Tues. 22 November       Hessle Library

Wed. 23 November Bridlington North Library

Tues. 29 November       Hedon Library

Tues. 29 November       Pocela Centre,  Pocklington

Wed. 30 November Goole Library

Thurs. 1 December Beverley Library

Thurs. 1 December       Willerby Library

Mon. 5 December   Driffield Library

Tues. 6 December Petuaria Centre,  Brough

Tues. 6 December Hornsea Library

Wed. 7 December   Howden Library

Wed. 7 December   Wicstun Centre, Market Weighton

Thurs. 8 December       Cottingham Library

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guru will be passing on some tips of the trade as a VIP guest at ’ show home launch in .

TV’s 60 Minute Makeover presenter Linda has been invited to officially open the St Nicholsgate development at on Saturday 17 September, where 130 new homes will be built.

Linda, who attended the company’s development opening earlier this year, will be chatting to visitors about how to make the best of their home when it comes to .

Alongside Linda, there will be an appearance by town crier Michael Wood, and will be broadcasting live from the development from around 10.30am.

The long-awaited opening of the three-bedroom Bentley show home marks the official launch of the development – which has already attracted huge Interest from potential buyers during recent months.

’ connections and manager Gizzy Murray said: “We are really delighted that Linda has agreed to be our special guest once again. Visitors can not only look forward to seeing our fabulous new show home, but they can get some professional tips from the expert!”

Current prices range from £150,000 for a two-bedroom home with two spaces, to £205,000 for a three-bedroom end terraced house also with two spaces.

The homes will be built to the latest energy efficient standards, with the first due for completion in September/ October 2011.

For more details, contact 01757 or 07918 640427.

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is gearing up for a truly stylish celebrity show home launch at its new development in the town of .

Interior design guru and TV presenter will be joining the crowds eager to take a peep around the stunning King Edgar’s Court four-bedroom show home during the weekend of May 7/8.

Famous for working her interior design magic on the popular BBC Changing Rooms series and her current show Sixty Minute Makeover, Linda will be joining Linden Homes as the developer’s special guest on Saturday May 7.

Linden will be casting her eye over the show home during her appearance at the development from 11.30am until 1.30pm – and will also be sharing her design secrets with visitors during a special presentation.

Linden Homes’ connections and marketing manager Gizzy Murray said: “This is a double celebration for us – a highly-anticipated show home opening at one of our newest developments, coupled with such a fabulous guest as Linda Barker officially launching it for us.

“Forward interest at the development has been amazing, ensuring that it really has got off to a promising start. To have a show home now open will only add to the buzz King Edgar’s Court has already created.”

The first two-bedroom homes have been reserved at the development, where customers have taken the advantage buying their dream from off plan.

The development will boast 54 two, three and four-bedroom homes with the first due for completion this summer.

Prices currently range from £139,950 for a two-bedroom mid home to £219,950 for a three-bedroom detached.

King Edgar’s Court marks the latest in a series of new developments planned for the area – predominately close to York and – as part of Linden Homes’ long-term expansion project.

The homes will be built within the shadows of the 18th century St Peter and St Paul Minster Church, one of the many local landmarks.

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