LiveWest's new homes available for rent and shared ownership at Barns Close Mead in Dulverton are due to complete at the beginning of October.
There will be:
All homes will have a central heating system, spacious living accommodation, downstairs WC, upstairs family bath with shower over, allocated parking and gardens.
The homes for rent are expected to be advertised by LiveWest on Homefinder in the next week or two. To bid, you must be registered on Homefinder.
The shared ownership homes will be advertised on the Help to Buy Agent for the South website. You will need to register to apply. https://www.helptobuyagent3.org.uk
More info about the shared ownership properties can be found on the LiveWest website.
You can follow LiveWest on Facebook for further updates.
It's 2020, we're in the middle of a global pandemic, and we don't know about you but we'd really struggle without the Internet right now!
Times like this prove the importance of digital connectivity - not only for educational and work purposes but also for maintaining personal relationships and improving general well-being.
Unfortunately, not everyone in West Somerset has access to good broadband. Those of us out in the sticks are constantly battling a bad connection and then there are the increasing prices of broadband packages to contend with.
As an organisation, we're keen to tackle the lack of digital connectivity, as part of our goal to prioritise young people on Exmoor. To do this, we need your help. We need to know if the lack of digital connectivity is impacting your lives. Has it hindered your ability to access educational or work material during the pandemic? Does it make working-from-home out of the question?
Answer our quick 1 minute survey.
At this time, we're keen to hear from ALL RESIDENTS of West Somerset, not just Exmoor. Your answers will help us find ways (and potential funding opportunities) to improve digital connectivity in this part of the county.
Thank you in advance!
As you'll know, the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic has put a stop to many events, including our Summit, which was planned for 26th March. Once we have all weathered this storm and made it through to the other side, we will set a new date for the Summit and an EYV members meeting thereafter.
In the mean time, we have contacted the housing associations, estate agents and local authorities we work with, to see if there is anything we can do to spread the word about the action they're taking, or help streamline their processes in some way.
We've also been using our social media pages to share new employment opportunities, activities for children (as many of our members are young parents), and the latest COVID-19 related advice from official bodies.
Please take a look at our Facebook page for the most recent updates. If you have any information you'd like us to share, or if we can help you in any way during this difficult time, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Keep safe and well.
Megan and Kerrie