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Salix Homes launches new brand to deliver more housing


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Salford housing association has launched a new brand to deliver more affordable homes and help tackle the housing crisis. Salix Homes, which owns 8,000 homes across


Salford, has launched Willo Homes in a bid to increase housing choice and deliver more affordable housing opportunities in the city. As a not-for-profit organisation, any profits will


be reinvested back into improving homes and communities across Salford. Sue Sutton, chief executive at Salix Homes, said:


“The launch of Willo Homes marks another major milestone in the Salix Homes journey and will help us deliver our vision to build more desperately- needed new and affordable homes. “While Salford has been experiencing something


of a housing development boom in recent years, the shortage of affordable homes in this area is well documented. Homeownership has become out of reach for many ordinary people, so we’re passionate about creating more affordable housing options. “As a trusted social housing provider, with our


foundations firmly rooted in Salford, we’re confident that we’re perfectly placed to deliver the


right type of housing in the right places and ultimately help tackle the housing crisis.” Willo Homes will specialise in affordable


homeownership options including Help to Buy, Shared Ownership and Rent to Buy, as well as homes for market sale.


ARTIFEX To coincide with the launch, Willo Homes has announced the first properties available for expressions of interest at Artifex – the flagship high- rise development in Trinity. The £15million apartment block comprises 108


one and two-bedroom apartments, which will all be available under the Rent to Buy Scheme. Artifex is named in honour of the late Canon


Peter Green – a much-respected writer and minister at the nearby St Philips Church. During the First World War and until the 1950s,


Canon Peter Green wrote a weekly column in The Manchester Guardian - which was later to become The Guardian - under the pen name ‘Artifex’. He wrote about pacifism and compassion as well


as articles about social injustice and the importance of housing, and is fondly remembered as a ‘real man


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The £15million apartment block comprises 108 one and two-bedroom apartments, which will all be available under the Rent to Buy Scheme


of the people who loved the Salford people’. Terry McBride, development manager at


Salix Homes, added: “Our aim at Willo Homes is to offer high quality homes for affordable homeownership to not only help people onto the property ladder, but also to give them a sense of belonging. “Salford is a fantastic place to live and work and


we aim to provide a home for every need, from city centre apartments to family homes, so we’re excited to unveil our first properties at Artifex. It’s a fantastic new development with a wonderfully rich history behind it, offering modern apartment living on the edge of Manchester City Centre.”


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