Maple and May unveils £12m homes plan
A newly established profit-for-purpose company has outlined an initial £12m plan aimed at delivering several hundred homes across Northern Ireland.
Maple and May, a new Belfast-based firm, has already acquired 70 apartments and houses here and is seeking to buy or develop more than 500 new homes in the next five years.
The delivery plan will see Maple and May establish partnerships for a 'design and build' programme alongside the acquisition and development of new and existing homes.
Jon Anderson, director at Maple and May, said: "Northern Ireland has a housing deficit, but there are hundreds of sites awaiting development across the province.
"We're working with developers and landowners to unlock as many of these sites as possible and transform vacant land into homes.
"Our focus is on giving more people the opportunity to access homes that are right for them, whether that is to rent or buy."
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