South Dartmoor Community Eco-Affordable Housing project, 

Here is an interesting example of a community initiative to build affordable homes for local people

The homes will all be available for social rent only, there will be no properties for sale. 

We have partnered with Teign Housing, who are an experienced and well respected local provider of social housing.

Prospective tenants should have a housing need and be registered on the Housing List, please visit Devon Home Choice for more information, we urge you to apply even if you're not 100% sure if you are eligible. A housing need, could be for example, you're living in insecure accommodation, your current home is overcrowded, you cannot afford your rent etc. Full information on how to register and apply is on the Devon Home Choice website, and you can contact them if you have questions.

There will be a priority given to people with a local connection. There will be a mix of flats for single people and couples, and 2, 3 and 4 bed homes for families. There will also be several accessible homes on the site.


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