21 APR 2017

Greg celebrates the start of construction of new affordable flats in Tunbridge Wells

Greg was delighted to attend the launch of the construction of nine new affordable flats in the old Quaker Meeting House in Tunbridge Wells.

The project has been organised and supported by three charities – the YMCA, Habitat for Humanity and the Quakers.

Greg said:

"Affordable housing for young people is very important in our local area so it's great this project is firmly underway. All of the three charities have worked incredibly hard to get the initiative to this stage and I can't wait to visit the flats when they are finished."

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