Woking Borough Council, Kier Partnership Homes and Thames Valley Housing have formed a partnership to address the need for more affordable family housing in the Woking area. We will work together to deliver 224 new homes for social rent within a sustainable community in the Westfield area of Woking.
The scheme will be made up of mainly 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses, and a small number of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. We will also build 8 houses which will be adapted for wheelchair use.
The homes will be built to good quality design and performance standards including Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes and Lifetime Homes.
The scheme will include a stimulating play area which celebrates the natural environment and landscape character of the site.
Pre construction work started in early November 2013. To stay updated on build progress go to the Construction page.
Additionally, Kier will be building 147 homes (phases 6 to 9) for market sale which will be marketed separately nearer the time.
Please click for information regarding works being undertaken along Moor Lane from Monday 17th October.
Thames Valley Housing Phone lines will be down this Saturday 20th September from 12 – 3pm.
During this time residents can contact our out of hours service on 020 3597 2094 to report an emergency repair, or Allpay on 0844 557 8321 to make a payment.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Kingsmoor Park play area is now open!
We are proud to be able to provide a stimulating play area which is situated next to the natural copse and complements the environment. The play area includes both a toddler area and an area for older children.
Please click for more information.
We recently sent an energy saving leaflet out to all residents of Kingsmoor Park. It included information about the work that we carried out with three residents and an energy saving expert to work out what energy saving advice would be best for your homes. As your homes have special energy saving equipment like solar PV panels and thermostatic… Read More
In the Borough of Woking there are currently some 10,000 residents who are members of local Neighbourhood Watches. The Woking Association of Neighbourhood Watches is keen to encourage the formation of new watches and invites those who would like to increase their local security, and to know more, to contact the Old Woking Area Coordinator…. Read More