Work begins on our New Ferry regeneration project 

Work has officially begun on our New Ferry regeneration project, to rebuild and revitalise the area by creating more than 70 new homes! 

We marked the ‘start on site’ with representatives from Wirral Council and Homes England, who’ve provided £1.9m funding towards the development of the new, affordable homes. 

Our special guests of honour were children from Grove Street Primary School who will be following the build through our Positive Footprints ‘Raising Aspirations Programme’.  

Phase 1 of the development will bring 34 new homes to the area – 20 homes on Boundary Road and 14 apartments on Bebington Road.  

The new homes will be constructed by M&Y Maintenance and Construction and will be available for affordable rent thorough Regenda Homes, and Rent to Buy through Redwing.  

As always, community development is at the heart of everything we do – and New Ferry is no different. We’ll be creating employment, training and work experience opportunities locally, including apprenticeships supported by The Learning Foundry and employment programmes with partners including PLACED. 

Children from local school looking at development plans, surrounded by representatives from Redwing, Regenda Homes, M&Y Maintenance and Construction,

Highstreet and highway improvements will follow the creation of the new homes, with £1.19m from the Department of Levelling Up and Communities. 

Martin Davies, Director of Development, at The Regenda Group, said:

“We’re pleased to see work begin on site at New Ferry. This is an important milestone in our project to rebuild and transform the area, bringing a range of high-quality, affordable homes that meet the needs of local people.” 

Stephanie Harrison, Executive Director Operations – Customer Service, at The Regenda Group, said:  

“We’re excited to see work starting on the New Ferry site. This is a significant development for local people, seeing the area brought back to life through affordable housing.  As a regeneration company with a community focus, we’ve pledged to bring many benefits to the local community, including opportunities for local children, young people and adults.” 

Cllr Tony Jones, Chair of the Economy, Regeneration and Housing Committee for Wirral Council, said:  

“We are delighted that The Regenda Group is partnering with us on this development. The group consists of a number of multi-disciplined, specialist companies and they bring a strong community focus to the project and are committed to delivering social value in this project as well as high-quality new accommodation where it is needed in New Ferry.” 

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