Latest phase of residential regeneration to feature nearly 100 more homes

Work is under way on the next generation of a Sky-House Co residential development in South Yorkshire.

Sky-House Waverley Central is on a 4.2 acre site at Waverley, a regeneration project between Sheffield and Rotherham.

Waverley Central will feature 96 homes, in a series of new house types based on Sky-House Co’s model of terraced housing with a 21st century twist. The first residents are expected to move in by summer.

The site will include two-bed starter homes, three and four bed mews and town houses and a range of larger detached homes with various tenures.

Sky-House Co is already established at the site thanks to its two previous Waverley developments a short distance away offering 88 homes.

Sky-House Co founder and director, David Cross, said: “Waverley Central is our biggest development to date and we are pleased to see construction progressing so well on site despite the winter weather.

“Following the success of our two well-established Waverley sites, Waverley Central will place us even more firmly at the very centre of the Waverley community.

“Our combined vision with developers Harworth for the centre of Waverley is to create a homely, lively and sustainable residential heart, with a focus on the human experience in scale, atmosphere and walkability.

“Sky-House Co recently completed the purchase of a two acre site for a further fifty homes and five commercial spaces at Olive Lane to complete the new commercial centre at Waverley.

“The vision demonstrates the importance of place making and the need to limit the dominance of the car over pedestrians.

“Waverley Central is also supported by the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority with a grant to deliver enhanced public realm and sustainability.

“Our aim is to make Waverley Central an exemplar neighbourhood for South Yorkshire.”

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