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First tenants move into new Ipswich council homes for Christmas

PUBLISHED: 16:30 17 December 2019

Ipswich Council has built 17 new council homes in Cauldwell Hall Road. Picture: IPSWICH COUNCIL

Ipswich Council has built 17 new council homes in Cauldwell Hall Road. Picture: IPSWICH COUNCIL

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The first tenants have started to move into Ipswich Council's new development of 17 homes in Cauldwell Hall Road - just in time to celebrate Christmas.

Letitia Woodward gets the key to her new Ipswich Coucncil home from David Ellesmere and mayor Jan Parry  watched by Ipswich councillor Neil Macdonald and Nick Page from Mixbrow. Picture: IPSWICH COUNCILLetitia Woodward gets the key to her new Ipswich Coucncil home from David Ellesmere and mayor Jan Parry watched by Ipswich councillor Neil Macdonald and Nick Page from Mixbrow. Picture: IPSWICH COUNCIL

The Borough Council has built the homes with the construction work done by local builders Mixbrow Construction - it is one of a number of new developments currently under way around the borough.

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Mayor Jan Parry and Borough Leader David Ellesmere went along to welcome one tenant, mother of two Letitia Woodward, into her brand new home.

Mr Ellesmere said: "I was really pleased to meet Letitia today, to find out how she and her family are settling in. This is a quality housing development that anyone would be proud to live in.

"We are determined to continue building new affordable homes such as these for Ipswich residents, either in small schemes like Cauldwell Hall Road or some much larger schemes we have in the pipeline."

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