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How to apply for homes in the Grange Park Development

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This development has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund

Grange Park's new housing development is well underway, transforming the estate with the provision of 131 fantastic new homes - a mix of family houses, flats, bungalows and sheltered housing properties.

You can apply for these new build properties in the same way you apply for all social housing properties on the Fylde Coast:

  • Firstly, you will need to apply to join the housing register by completing an application if you don't already have a live account.
  • To be accepted on the register, you will need to prove a local connection to Blackpool.
  • All applications are assessed against the Consistent Assessment Policy which also provides information on eligibility criteria and can be found by visiting https://www.myhomechoicefyldecoast.co.uk/content/Information
  • Once your application has been accepted and assessed, you will be able to bid for available properties advertised on the MyHomeChoiceFyldeCoast website on completion of each phase of the development.

For further information you can contact our BCH Lettings Team on 01253 477900 (select option 4 then 1) or by email to myhomechoice@bch.co.uk.

Southern site (Phase 1)
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The Southern site is located at Dinmore Avenue/Bathurst Avenue.
Northern site (Phase 2)
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The northern site is land located at the corner of Gateside Drive and Chepstow Road.

This new development aims to provide new homes whilst respecting local surroundings and providing improved green space for all residents on the estate. 

Responding to local demand within the wider context of the climate crisis, the goal is to create a mixed and inclusive community that promotes wellbeing and healthy lifestyles. The proposal includes more sustainable homes through improved energy efficiency, and the addition of biodiverse green space through meadow grassland, fruit trees and the retention of hedges and trees.