Moving home, or improving your home?
North Staffordshire is rapidly changing. Billions of pounds are being ploughed into improving transport links, entertainment facilities, schools, housing, businesses and shops.
Are you thinking of moving to North Staffordshire? If so, you’ll be interested to know that there are exciting plans in place for:
- a new regional shopping centre
- better transport links and a state-of-the-art bus station in Stoke-on-Trent city centre
- a 100,000 sq m business district
- improvements to Newcastle town centre
- extra facilities at Keele University Science Park.
All this activity will help to establish North Staffordshire as a great place to work, live and learn.
Want to stay local?
We understand the problems facing families and individuals that want or need to move home, but stay in the area.
One of RENEW’s main aims is to promote the development of a range of quality housing for both sale and rent, at prices that provide choice for individual households – whether it’s homes for the for the over 55s, younger families or growing families.
Affordability is key. We recognise that as households grow, they experience affordability problems. Our role is to ensure that affordable housing is on offer for existing and future residents.
If you would like information on what housing options there are for you, you can get specific advice from Revival home improvement agency.
To look at properties available for sale or rent across the whole of North Staffordshire. Visit The Sentinel’s Property Search.
Find out about council waiting lists for homes in North Staffordshire:
Improving your home
If you are looking to improve your home, carry out repairs or make it safer by reducing trips and slips hazards, but are concerned about the cost, you may be eligible for help through one of the home improvement schemes run by Revival home improvement agency.