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Developed by emh group in

partnership with Whetstone-

basedWestleigh Developments,

the 34 new homes include

28 flats and houses for rent,

and six family homes for shared


The £3 million scheme was

funded by emh group with

contributions from the Homes

and Communities Agency and

Blaby District Council, who

were keen to support the

project as it met local housing

demand and contributed to the

regeneration of the area.

Chan Kataria, Chief Executive of

emh group, and Councillor

Lee Breckon, Portfolio Holder for

Community Services at Blaby

District Council, were on hand to

welcome the new residents

to their homes.

One of the first people to move into the new development was

Lauren Storer, who is delighted with her new home.

“The house is fantastic,” she said. “I have only been here a few

weeks and it already feels like home.”

“Our partnership with

Blaby District Council

and Westleigh is one of

our most successful,

and continues to go

from strength to

strength. We are

delighted that we are

able to help meet

the housing needs of

the people in the

borough, and hope to

do so for many years to


Chan Kataria,

emh group Chief Executive



The site of a derelict factory in Blaby, Leicestershire, has been

transformed into 34 brand new affordable homes.