Eight modular homes approved by Ipswich Borough Council

Hill Foundation 200 Project

Lanpro are pleased to have assisted Hill in respect of the Foundation 200 Site in Ipswich. In 2019, to mark their 20th year of business, Hill established Foundation 200 as an initiative to give back to the local areas where they operate. As part of this initiative, Foundation 200, made a pledge to build 200 meanwhile homes specifically for assisting homeless people to move on with their lives in safe, secure, purpose-built single dwellings.

The modular homes have been designed with the help of leading homelessness charities and stakeholder groups, with a minimum sixty-year life expectancy. They have been produced to an exceptionally high quality via offsite manufacturing methods and special care has been taken to ensure that every single detail has been considered, ranging from the furniture and fittings all the way to the cutlery. They have a considered layout, abundant natural light, and good storage.

Working with Ipswich Borough Council as the landowner, and Hill as the developer, Lanpro submitted the application to provide eight modular homes on the former Council Deport at Whitton Church Lane. The application was approved at the Planning Committee on 10th March 2021. We are delighted to play our small part in this very exciting project. The initiative by Hill will greatly assist some of the most vulnerable people in Ipswich, giving them a second chance. This is especially crucial given the turbulence of the recent year, and we hope our involvement will assist in making a real difference.

Lanpro are pleased to have assisted Hill in respect of the Foundation 200 Site in Ipswich. In 2019, to mark their 20th year of business, Hill established Foundation 200 as an initiative to give back to the local areas where they operate. As part of this initiative, Foundation 200, made a pledge to build 200 meanwhile homes specifically for assisting homeless people to move on with their lives in safe, secure, purpose-built single dwellings.

The modular homes have been designed with the help of leading homelessness charities and stakeholder groups, with a minimum sixty-year life expectancy. They have been produced to an exceptionally high quality via offsite manufacturing methods and special care has been taken to ensure that every single detail has been considered, ranging from the furniture and fittings all the way to the cutlery. They have a considered layout, abundant natural light, and good storage.

Working with Ipswich Borough Council as the landowner, and Hill as the developer, Lanpro submitted the application to provide eight modular homes on the former Council Deport at Whitton Church Lane. The application was approved at the Planning Committee on 10th March 2021. We are delighted to play our small part in this very exciting project. The initiative by Hill will greatly assist some of the most vulnerable people in Ipswich, giving them a second chance. This is especially crucial given the turbulence of the recent year, and we hope our involvement will assist in making a real difference.

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