Wisbech based Foster Property Maintenance branch into building with 12 homes for Roddons Housing Association

WISBECH based Foster Property Maintenance is set to partner with Roddons Housing Association to provide 12 affordable homes.

Foster has gained planning permission for the new development at Parson Drove.

It’s a first for Foster’s new development arm which has overseen the design and will also build the homes.

Foster acquired the land for Roddons and says it then met the housing association’s brief and planning conditions to allow the �1.2million scheme to go ahead.

Also involved is their sister company Foster Renewable Energies who will design and install energy-efficient renewable technology measures.

David Haynes, FPM director, is excited about the prospect of working with Roddons.

He said: “Building these quality homes will transform the lives of local people, providing spacious, energy efficient places to live in the heart of rural Fenland.”

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A spokesman for Roddons said Foster had “worked tirelessly to get this scheme off the ground, working closely with us to provide much-needed accommodation in Parson Drove.”

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