The apartments, which boast views of both the River Tees and the iconic Transporter Bridge, were delivered in partnership with Middlesbrough Development Company Ltd (MDC) and contractor, Equans.
The purchase was supported by Homes England with grant funding totaling £1,198,500.
All the apartments are equipped with air source heat pumps, efficiently reducing carbon emissions by extracting renewable heat from the environment to generate hot water and heating in the home.
The properties form part of MDC’s 61-home scheme, which was conceived and designed by Bright Ideas Consulting and Development, with Beyond Housing’s apartments now available for rent-to-buy through its sales arm, Viola Homes.
This project supports Middlesbrough Borough Council’s commitment to restoring and regenerating Middlehaven as the centre of thriving businesses and homes that it once was. With multi-million pound investment, the council‘s ambitious Middlehaven Development Framework has included bold ideas providing education, housing, retail and leisure facilities.
Louise Bentley, Senior Project Manager at Beyond Housing, said: “We are delighted to have been a part of this exciting new development. By delivering these 30 beautiful homes for sale on a rent-to-buy basis, we are able to offer a great, affordable opportunity for people to become established on the property ladder.”
Tony Dodds, Managing Director of Middlesbrough Development Company Ltd, added: “It’s been a pleasure to work with Beyond Housing on what was Middlesbrough Development Company’s inaugural residential development.
“Their commitment to the project has helped MDC and Bright Ideas to deliver new homes in this area of Middlesbrough, preparing the way for a wave of new schemes which will not only help regenerate the wider Middlehaven area, but also benefit the town as a whole.”