Tackling the housing crisis

Chorus Homes is playing its part in providing high quality homes.

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Chorus Homes is playing its part in tackling the housing crisis by developing new affordable homes across Cambridgeshire and beyond. The Chorus development team works with contractors and developers to build quality homes that will meet a range of different housing needs.

It has been a busy period for the team as the development programme continues to grow quickly.

The first two phases of our flagship scheme in Huntingdon town centre, Drovers Place, completed in October and November. Of these 23 flats, 12 are being sold on a shared ownership basis and 11 will be let as private rent.  The rest of this project, which includes affordable rented homes too, will complete by January 2020. 79 high quality homes will be produced on this site overall.


The team also recently took handover of 32 shared ownership flats in Hauxton, as well as affordable rented homes on the Paston site in Peterborough.

On top of this, the first of 26 new homes in Dogsthorpe, Peterborough, completed providing 10 four bed houses for affordable rent.

There are a number of other exciting projects coming up. Work started in November in Needingworth on 14 homes.

We are playing our part in providing high quality homes to meet our customer’s needs.