Topping out ceremony at new older people's housing scheme in Northamption

Dave Allen (Area Manager at Homes and Communities Agency), Nathan Brough (Regional Director at Keepmoat), Shirley Davies (Executive Director Housing Management at Northampton Partnership Homes), Steven Alder (Manufacturing Operations Manager at Fusion), and Tony Tench (Chief Operating Officer at Housing and Care 21).
Dave Allen (Area Manager at Homes and Communities Agency), Nathan Brough (Regional Director at Keepmoat), Shirley Davies (Executive Director Housing Management at Northampton Partnership Homes), Steven Alder (Manufacturing Operations Manager at Fusion), and Tony Tench (Chief Operating Officer at Housing and Care 21).
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A £15 million older people’s housing scheme in Northampton has reached the highest point of its structural build.

Community regeneration specialist Keepmoat and national housing provider Housing & Care 21 celebrated the milestone by hosting a traditional topping out ceremony for partners, which saw a bespoke steel tree placed on the roof.

Foxfields extra care scheme, in Upton, is being developed by Keepmoat on behalf of Housing & Care 21. The development will feature 77 one and two bedroom apartments for the over 55’s, as well as 32 flats for sale, and 11 commercial units for rent to local businesses.

The tree, made by steel supplier Fusion, was designed specifically for the topping out ceremony and reflects the building’s steel frame construction.

Kris Peach, director of Extra Care at Housing & Care 21, said: “It is always exciting to see a development reach this important milestone.

“The finishing line is in sight, and we are now looking forward to Foxfields welcoming residents next year."

The steel tree will be ‘planted’ within the external communal area of the development when completed in May 2017.