The 75 shared ownership homes are part of Berkeley Home’s wider Horlicks Quarter development, regenerating a brownfield site into a new community, including 1,300 homes, open spaces and the restoration of the former Horlicks Factory, clock tower and chimney.
As a Strategic Partner for Homes England, Abri’s 75 homes will be delivered using Homes England grant funding. The homes will be delivered across two blocks of flats, with 40 one-bed and 35 two-beds flats, all for shared ownership.
On the homes, Fergus Cruikshank, Head of Land and Planning, at Abri said: “We’re delighted to be working with Berkeley Homes to deliver 75 affordable homes in Slough. As the cost of living continues to impact many, including those wishing to get on the housing ladder, we’re pleased that all these flats will be available for shared ownership, making home ownership a reality for many. These homes form part of Abri’s larger commitment to help tackle the housing crisis, building an average of 1,000 homes a year.”
The homes are expected to be built by 2025.