London housing provider RHP has announced two future development projects in Richmond borough, through the transformation of a car park and underutilised grassed area next to existing flats.
The developments consist of 10 new London Living Rent homes, all of which are one-bedroom flats. RHP distinguishes itself as one of the few housing associations offering wheelchair-accessible homes through this funding initiative.
RHP have started a partnership with leading land-led housebuilder Chartway Partnerships Group, and received funding from the Greater London Authority and Richmond Council for this much-needed project.
RHP’s Head of Development, Katie Collins said: “We’re proud to be building more much needed affordable and accessible homes in the local community. We’re excited to be working on the project with Chartway, who share our commitment to provide sustainable housing solutions.”
Steve Cresswell, Group CEO at Chartway commented: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with RHP as we take the first steps into Greater London. This collaboration exemplifies our commitment to providing quality housing solutions across the South East, and we are delighted to contribute to the housing landscape in South-West London.”
Work is due to start on site in January 2024. RHP’s purpose is to provide safe, secure, affordable homes — opening the door to life opportunities. This new development contributes to RHP’s target of building 600 new homes over the next five years.