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New shared ownership development planned for Woodley

Posted 31 August 2017

Viaduct Housing Partnership is the development partnership between Stockport Homes Group and Stockport Council, focusing on building more affordable homes in Stockport.

The partnership is to commence work on a new development, comprising of 21 new homes for shared ownership on Mill Lane, Woodley during the Autumn with completion planned for late 2018. Comprising of 18, two bedroomed apartments and 3, one bedroomed apartments, providing affordable housing in a desirable area of Stockport.

Viaduct are proud to be delivering these new homes in conjunction with Bowsall and local contractor DJ Hughes.

Councillor Sheila Bailey, cabinet member for communities & housing at Stockport Council said, “Viaduct Housing Partnership is proud to be starting work on this new development in Woodley, providing high quality and affordable homes.”

Chair of the Viaduct Housing Partnership board Ken Lee said, “We are delighted to be building these new modern apartments, which are in great demand locally.”

Release dates will be announced on our website and on our social media channels.


Hi Benni, I would advise that you discuss your housing situation with our Homechoice team who can be contacted on 0161 217 6016 or email


I am on ESA due to mental and physical, long term health issues. I am unable to ever work. They award points for people who work, volunteer, or are in training. I cannot do any of those, so people who ARE able bodied get more points that I do.
I do get medical points but I still have nowhere near enough total points to ever get rehoused; I have been bidding for two years and at least thirty people are in front of me every week. I am probably never going to get rehoused. It is not as if Im being overly fussy about properties; I cannot go for stairs for example.

I even had a wonderful doctors letter saying that my current home is no longer suitable and also making me more ill, and I only got a measly 10 points. It is unfair that people who CANNOT work or volunteer get less points than those who CAN. I am a clean, quiet and decent middle aged woman, non smoker, no pets or children. I had landlords sing my praises in the past yet this counts for nothing. I also have the most excellent references, yet I am stuck with terrible neighbours and two flights of stairs that I can no longer manage; with no chance of ever getting out. I cannot afford private either as the shortfall in rent is out of my reach.

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