Gravesend Churches Housing Association (GCHA) has completed nine affordable homes in Meopham. 

The high quality homes, in Wrotham Road, were built in partnership with McCulloch Homes and Red Loft to help meet some of the demand for affordable housing in the borough.

There are nine three bedroom terraced homes which have all been let to people with connections to the area.

Sustainability was a key part of the design. Each house is powered by air source heat pumps, and there are also spaces to charge electric cars. 

The development, on the site of the former Meopham Police Office, is on the edge of a local conservation area. GCHA worked with Ubique Architects to choose materials in the design which reflect the quality and look of buildings in the street, including the adjoining church.

The properties are GCHA’s first in Meopham. 

Chief Executive of GCHA, Bukky McGlynn, said: “I am really pleased that, together with our development partners, we were able to deliver these energy efficient, affordable homes for the Meopham local community.”

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