We work closely with clients to facilitate build requirements for their new homes above current building regulations, in terms of energy efficiency, sustainability, beautiful design and environmental impact.
Our teams are focussed on leaving a positive footprint and lasting legacy in the communities in which we operate. Our customers' residents' needs are always evolving and they will always require homes that are a good size, comfortable and affordable for them to live in. It is our role to continually deliver smart solutions.
New Build Housing
New Build Housing
“The build programme was ahead which was excellent. Communication was massively important for Jigsaw and residents and Casey executed this really well. The quality of build was really good and the best handovers I have ever had. Properties were open prior to arriving, paperwork organised and clean properties. Throughout Casey staff were well mannered, nice to get along with and it made for an enjoyable experience.”
Richard Johnson, Jigsaw Homes
This was a competitive land bid where we partnered with Cube Homes / Great Places Housing Group, a successful bid resulted in a 109-unit scheme. The scheme is on the old Cussons Soap factory on Kersal Vale Road, which closed almost a decade ago.
Casey worked in partnership with Oldham Council and First Choice Homes to acquire and bring forward council owned sites in the Derker area for the development of 51 new build residential units complete with associated hard and soft landscaping, siteworks, car parking, drainage, services and connections to provide a complete scheme.
The development consists of 11 houses and 23 apartments, helping create more new homes for the Wythenshawe and meeting a key objective of WCHG’s corporate plan.
Casey were awarded the design and build of 48 new build properties comprising 31 houses and 17 flats. The one and two-bedroom cottage flats, along with two, three and four-bedroom houses, the scheme was built in Laurel Road in Fairfield. All the homes were offered for affordable rent.
Casey secured a land bid for the demolition of the existing structures and the construction of 14nr 4 and 5 bedroomed homes to be sold privately via Cube Homes.
Casey constructed of 36 new affordable homes which was built on land formerly used as part of a horticultural nursery adjacent to the Grade II listed Tanhouse Farmhouse in the parish of Sefton. Of the 36 dwellings five are two-bedroom single-storey bungalows with the remaining 31 properties being two and three-bedroom two-storey semi-detached and terraced houses.
Casey were awarded the South Street scheme after a successful 2-stage competitive tender. The new build project is for the design and construction of 12 houses and 15 bungalows together with all associated external works and drainage.