Sovini Construction, partner of The Sovini Group, has successfully completed the first phase of their Morris Meadows affordable housing development in Netherton.
The Morris Meadows development which was named ‘Best Affordable Scheme’ at the Your Move Liverpool Awards is part of the Group’s ambitious new build framework which seeks to build a better future through the construction of 1,000 high-quality, affordable homes within the next five years.
The multi-million-pound scheme includes an impressive 149 properties which are set to inject new life into the Netherton community.
Designed by architect Condy Lofthouse for clients One Vision Housing, the high-rise apartment block was built on repurposed brownfield land.
Upon completion the affordable housing development will be maintained by facilitates specialist Sovini Property Services to ensure a focus on the reduction of energy consumption, through thermal efficiency and running costs remains viable for clients.
James Flannery, Director of Construction and Land for Sovini Construction said, “The Morris Meadows development has been designed and built in collaboration with our unique supply chain. The homes are energy efficient as we continue to embrace renewable technologies with an environmentally friendly approach to construction. Building a better future for customers by creating sustainable homes and transforming local communities is and will continue to be central to all our operations.”
Ian Mitchell, Managing Director of One Vision Housing said, “It was an honour to see first-hand the efforts of our [The Sovini] Group’s end-to-end supply chain, and how successful collaboration has seen the Morris Meadows project delivered, with our vision of building a better future in mind. It is with thanks to Homes England and their grant funding support that we can continue to create opportunities and change the lives of our customers. We look forward to seeing our communities thrive and to see this development having a wider positive impact on the local area.”
Main image: Colleagues from across the Group, Local Councils, Homes England, and contractors came together to celebrate the completion of phase one