First residents move in at Notre Dame

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First residents move in at Notre Dame


LMH was delighted to welcome the first families into their brand-new homes at Notre Dame.

The 37 million scheme has been created on the site of the old Notre Dame High School in Everton Valley which had since relocated nearby. The aging building was no longer suitable for use and had to be demolished.

This paved the way for the completion of 76 new 2 and 3 bed homes alongside a number of 1 bed flats, which provide much-needed affordable rent and Shared Ownership opportunities close to the city centre.

All homes have been completed to a high standard with fitted kitchens, modern bathrooms and private gardens, ideal for children and families to enjoy.

Rebecca has just moved in with her young family and her son was keen to take a look about. ”It’s lovely and the garden’s huge” she said. Staff showed her around her new home and gave her all the information she needed to start settling in.

Next door Natalie has also collected her keys and was excited to get her information pack from LMH while exploring the property. She said, “It’s great, we love it.”

Additional homes are nearing completion and buyers have already reserved all of the Shared Ownership homes off plan. The Notre Dame development is one of LMH Group’s ambitious strategy to create more than 350 new homes every year until 2021. Further developments including the transformation of the Garde II listed clock tower and The Maples, the Group’s first extra care scheme in Knowsley are part of the highlights signifying the scale of the Group’s plans.

Find out more about the new homes at Notre Dame here


Posted in News on Sep 27, 2018

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