The new building will be called Dappletree View.
New footage shows a time-lapse of work from September to November this year on the former Hearnden Court building located on Henshaw Road, Wellingborough. It shows the clear out and demolition of the old building, as well as the start of the groundworks in preparation for the next stage of the build.
Today, Northants-based housing association, Greatwell Homes announce the name of the new building which is due to be completed in Autumn 2025.
Dappletree View has been chosen to compliment the buildings scenic views of the park behind it and the dappled light that comes through the trees that are remaining on the site.
Julie Robinson, executive director at Greatwell Homes, said: “It’s so exciting to see the work on the site has progressed since I watched the demolition in September.
“With its new name Dappletree View, this scheme is going to be an exciting, modern home to those with additional needs to help them live as independently as possible and will support the aging population as years go by.
“After many years of planning, it’s great to see that progress is really being made on the site and I can’t wait to watch this project take shape”.
This project has received Homes England funding.
Once complete, Dappletree View will house 57 one and two bedroom flats for social rent with accessibility in mind and will also offer Extra Care for those who need additional support.
You can register your interest in these flats here.