- Holy Name Hall, Pennine Road, Cheltenham
- December 2019 - December 2020
- Cheltenham Borough Homes
- Quattro Design Architects
- JCT Design and Build 2016
- Demolition of Dilapidated Church Hall
- 8 New Homes for Affordable Rent
Built for Cheltenham Borough Homes in the Prestbury area of Cheltenham, the properties at Pennine Road (formerly Holy Name Hall) consist of eight no. two-bedroom houses for affordable rent each with a spacious rear garden.
The street name Ingleborough Mews was decided as it is situated on Pennine Road, and located within the Pennine Hills is an area named Ingleborough.
The new properties are part of £180m investment in quality homes and thriving communities for Cheltenham. The project began demolition works in December 2019, with construction commencing in early 2020. Such efficiency enabled eight families to move into their new homes in time for Christmas.
The client and their connections on LinkedIn were updated with reviews of the works along the way as each trade visited the site to help the process. We completed the development to the highest standard and we are proud to have been able to work with Cheltenham Borough Homes to produce housing for people who need them the most.
“This scheme is excellent news for Cheltenham. It will support the wider housing strategy of the council in meeting future housing needs for our town.” – Councillor Rowena Hay, Leader of Cheltenham Borough Council