Building Council Homes for Londoners – The Mayor’s office has announced the availability of new grant funding to help build more homes for Londoners. Airey Miller can help support your application for funding.

31 Aug 2018

Recognising that resources and capacity will be an issue for many LA’s Airey Miller can help your development teams to bid through the Open Project System for support to deliver more Council Homes.

 

Click the image above to be redirected to the Greater London Authority website to view their May 2018 Funding Prospectus in full.

 

 

 

Having assisted, amongst others, LB Lambeth acquire £54m of funding for 900 residential units through OPS (a record high for a London LA) we enjoy an excellent record of securing grant funding for our Local Authority partners.

 

Airey Miller can provide support and resource capacity to secure your bids for GLA funding and additional HRA borrowing, This service, lead by Senior Partner Caroline Pillay and her Capital Funding Team, is dedicated to helping London's Borough's take their first or next steps in building more council homes for their residents.

 

 

 

Caroline, speaking last week at the Housing Forum says; "My team and I share your passion and enthusiasm for creating sustainable places to live and contributing to delivering lasting legacies for your communities. I very much look forward to continuing to develop our relationship with London's Local Authorities and supporting them in the acquisition of funds, planning, design and delivery of new homes and environments tailored around and responsive to the needs of their residents."

 

 

 

To discover how Caroline and her team can help support your grant application please see her contact details below or click here.

 

Caroline Pillay  MSc Urban Regeneration  MAPM

caroline.pillay@aireymiller.com

020 3948 6900

 

 

 

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