The developments are planned to be built on brownfield sites

Network Rail Property and Bloc agree JV with Citra Living

A JV has been agreed between blocwork, a Network Rail and bloc group joint venture, and Citra Living to build over 2,000 new homes across Great Britain.

In the partnership, Network Rail Property (NRP) will draw potential sites from its rail side property portfolio with bloc acting as developer, and Citra Living managing and operating the BTR homes, with an option to acquire some of the sites.

The brownfield regeneration of underutilised railway land is aimed to help the UK meet its housing targets.

Robin Dobson, group property director at Network Rail, said: “This partnership, aimed at family living, is another key collaboration for NRP that will help us tangibly address the current housing crisis with thousands of new homes for families.

“These developments will also serve to breathe new life into towns and cities directly next to vital transport links.”


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