Barrack Terrace

Social Housing
Barrack Terrace
Barrack Terrace

In Summer 2020 Adderstone Living completed its first social housing scheme, 10 high-quality, two bed properties on Barrack Terrace in Thornaby on behalf of client, North Star Housing Group.

During the Summer of 2020 Adderstone Living, the dedicated social housing division of Adderstone Group, delivered its first social housing scheme, with the company having only been established in March 2020.

The 10 high-quality, two bed properties were delivered on Barrack Terrace in Thornaby on behalf of client, North Star Housing Group, to high demand from potential tenants.

Adderstone Living’s two directors, Stephen McCoy and Peter Galbraith had rescued the project when the original builders went out of business, before completing the £1.4m development which was named after the nearby Thornaby Aerodrome and its Royal Airforce connections.

The main driver of the scheme was to deliver high-quality, affordable homes that people would want to live in. During the build meticulous care was taken over the quality of design with modern and stylish kitchens and bathrooms, spacious layouts and energy efficient homes with good external space making them incredibly desirable.

All of the properties were let off plan prior to delivery.

Sector Social Housing
Address Barack Terrace, Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees TS17 7ES
Project Type Residential
Project Status Completed development
Completion Date Summer 2020
Development Value £1.4m
Barrack Terrace

Thornaby-on-Tees, also referred to as Thornaby, is a market town and civil parish in the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees, Teesside, lying on the south bank of the River.

In the late 2000s Thornaby underwent a major redevelopment and regeneration to modernise the 20th Century town centre. Barrack Terrace lies a short distance from the centre of the town, close to a large number of amenities and transport links.

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