Lord Mayor of Leeds Jane Dowson, Leeds Councillor Debra Coupar and Chair of Yorkshire Housing Will Lifford performed the ribbon cutting.
Termrim Construction has successfully handed over 20 new houses to long standing client Yorkshire Housing at a site in Bramley, near Leeds.
The new homes were built on a brownfield site that had previously housed a Council care home, which closed after being unable to meet modern care standards.
The new affordable homes include 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties and offer residents a choice of tenure, including housing for rent and housing for outright sale. They were funded by a partnership between Yorkshire Housing, Leeds City Council and The Homes & Communities Agency.
Future new residents at the opening of the Yorkshire Housing site in Bramley.
The scheme was procured through the Yorkshire Housing Framework and Termrim Construction secured the Design and Build contract for the 20 new homes, completing construction ahead of programme.
An official scheme opening took place with future new residents, representatives from Yorkshire Housing, Leeds City Council, Termrim Construction and scheme Consultants.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was carried out by the Lord Mayor of Leeds Jane Dowson, Leeds Councillor Debra Coupar and Chair of Yorkshire Housing Will Lifford.
Termrim Construction built 20 new 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes on the brownfield site.
Termrim Construction completed work on the Bramley site ahead of programme.
Termrim Construction secured the Design & Build contract through the Yorkshire Housing Framework.