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Why we are building

Access to affordable social housing is key to building sustainable communities.

With the increasing cost and unpredictability of privately renting a property, affordable rented housing is in constant demand by working families, those who've retired and many more.

From April 2017 to March 2020 we developed almost 600 new affordable homes. We have investment plans to build another 600 affordable homes across Wiltshire, Mendip, Bath and surrounding areas by the end of 2023. These new affordable homes are for social rent, affordable rent and share ownership.

These properties will provide a stable and affordable home for people.

We work with a number of partners and local councils in developing new homes.

Whilst most of our new homes help to increase our social housing stock, any profits made from the sale of homes on the open market, are reinvested into future developments.

Current developments

Shared ownership is a great way to get a foot on the housing ladder. Visit our shared ownership pages for more information.

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Selwood Housing

With over 20 teams covering a wide variety of responsibilities, there are many career pathways for you to explore at Selwood Housing. We'll be spotlighting a few of our team members this week as parNational Careers Week Week but you can find details of all the teams on our website here: ecs.page.link/7w#NCW2024W2024 ... See MoreSee Less

With over 20 teams covering a wide variety of responsibilities, there are many career pathways for you to explore at Selwood Housing. Well be spotlighting a few of our team members this week as part of National Careers Week but you can find details of all the teams on our website here: https://ecs.page.link/7wrbB 
#NCW2024
2 days ago
Selwood Housing

Wiltshire Council is inviting residents in the Studley Green area of Trowbridge to join them on the 6th March (6 - 8 pm) and 7th March (9.30 - 11.30 am) at Studley Green Primary School to share ideas on how a pot of funding could be used to benefit the community. Contact communityconversations@wiltshire.gov.uk for further information. ... See MoreSee Less

Wiltshire Council is inviting residents in the Studley Green area of Trowbridge to join them on the 6th March (6 - 8 pm) and 7th March (9.30 - 11.30 am) at Studley Green Primary School to share ideas on how a pot of funding could be used to benefit the community. Contact communityconversations@wiltshire.gov.uk for further information.
3 days ago
Selwood Housing

"I've lived in my Selwood property for the last 7 months and I've loved every minute. Choosing shared ownership has meant I can get back onto the property market and afford it. Because I own a percentage of my property, it means my future is secure. I'm impressed with the spec and the communication from the team was brilliant. They kept me in the loop the whole way through. " - Kathryn.

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Ive lived in my Selwood property for the last 7 months and Ive loved every minute. Choosing shared ownership has meant I can get back onto the property market and afford it. Because I own a percentage of my property, it means my future is secure. Im impressed with the spec and the communication from the team was brilliant. They kept me in the loop the whole way through.  - Kathryn.

#NewHomesWeek
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