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Rossendale ready for homes regeneration

25th October 2013 Print

House-builder Taylor Wimpey has announced work will soon begin on a new housing development at the former Rossendale Hospital site, providing 139 homes and significant benefits to the town.

Taylor Wimpey Manchester has reported a mix of two to four bedroom homes will be on offer which will include a provision of affordable housing. The development, which has been named Dale Moor View is set to open its doors to the public at the end of this month.

Anthony Mansfield, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey said: “Not only will these new homes provide prospective buyers the chance to take advantage of our buying schemes, but a number of jobs will be created during the build process.”

The house-builder will offer the government-backed Help to Buy initiative at Dale Moor View, which enables eligible purchasers the chance to secure a home at the development with just a five per cent deposit. Buyers will also benefit from a loan worth up to 20 per cent the value of their new property, meaning they need only secure a 75 per cent loan-to-value mortgage.

Anthony added: “We are thrilled to be bringing some fantastic homes to the Rossendale area. Whether you are looking to take that first step on the property ladder or move to a larger family home, our schemes are there to help make taking that step seamless.

“The sales office will be opening in the coming months where house-hunters can glean further insight into the homes and schemes; but in the mean-time we’d urge anybody interested in buying in the area to register their interest.”

To register your interest in the development, visit