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Freebridge unveil new homes in Gayton

08/05/18

Freebridge Community Housing were delighted to unveil a number of new homes at their most recent development in Gayton earlier yesterday.

The development, on the site of the former Rampant Horse public house, sees two 1 bedroom properties and two 2 bedroom properties brought to the village, with new tenants due to move in next month.

The development was given an official opening by Freebridge Community Housing Chief Executive, Tony Hall, who was accompanied by Freebridge Chairman Andy Walder, Director of Assets and Development Alex Dixon and Andrew Mowbray from building firm Smiths of Honingham.

Tony Hall, said: "This new development is a great addition to the village of Gayton, it's been really good to hear some of the very positive feedback we have received for the work we've done bringing these new homes to life.

"At Freebridge we want to support the many rural communities that we have here in West Norfolk, we understand that as well as providing much needed housing for the area, developments like this can also have a very positive impact on keeping rural communities alive and thriving."

Alex Dixon said: "Projects like these always present us with a number of challenges given that we have to work around the existing framework of the old buildings, however we're really pleased with what we've been able to achieve and think that we've ended up with four very special new homes in a great setting, which in turn fit right into the village as a whole."

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