• In at the deep end

    In at the deep end

    Residents have been thrown in at the deep end at a new £3.5 million affordable housing scheme – but that’s only because their homes have been built on the site of a former public swimming pool. Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) recently completed work on 24 new homes at the old Belle Vue Swim […]

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  • Affordable homes

    Affordable homes

    Work has started on a £3.5 million scheme to transform the site of a former public swimming pool into 24 affordable homes for older people. Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) is building the two-bedroom bungalows at the old Belle Vue Swim Centre on Ashlands Road, Consett, which was demolished in 2016. Along with its […]

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  • Affordable homes

    Affordable homes

    DAMHA is planning to build 24 affordable homes for older people on the site of a former swimming pool in Consett. Subject to planning permission being granted by Durham County Council, work on the work on the £3.5 million scheme is expected to start in December, or early January 2019, and take 18 months to complete. […]

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