The building of modern, high quality housing is crucial if Middlesbrough is to retain and grow its population of highly skilled and influential employees. The town is currently embarking on the most ambitious house-building programme in its history, with more than 1700 new homes completed over the last 4 years and up to 7,000 new homes due by 2029, including an exciting range of exclusive homes in addition to a wide range of attractive affordable properties.
Delivering middle- and upper-market properties alongside high quality affordable housing – in quality neighbourhoods with a sense of place and a local identity – will help to attract and retain economically active households and in turn support economic growth. Award-winning residential developers including David Wilson Homes, Taylor Wimpey, and Avant Homes (to name but a few) have already laid roots in Middlesbrough.
Well-designed neighbourhoods require significant infrastructure including transport, schools, good quality open space, cycle routes, and local facilities, all of which Middlesbrough Council is working to secure.
As well as housing developments in wider residential locations, a number of town centre-based residential developments are underway that will offer desirable urban living in the heart of the town.
Current urban living schemes
Thirteen Group will develop 145 high quality houses and apartments for affordable rent on this former Housing Market Renewal site.
Due for completion March 2026.
An exciting new ‘village style’ development that will see the creation of 16 townhouses and 45 stylish apartments. The village will draw inspiration on the heritage of the area while maintaining a bold and modern aesthetic.
Work started in spring 2021 and is set for completion by spring 2023.
Completed urban living schemes
Completed in 2021, Thirteen Group’s development Bohouse North provides 40 affordable apartments for rent. These modern apartments are designed with flexibility to help people work or study from home.