Building work has been completed on a regeneration project which has seen a former aerospace site turned into a new homes development.
Fairview New Homes began building work at Apollo, its development of 33 homes on the former Page Aerospace site off Forge Lane, Sunbury-on-Thames, in January and has just completed work on the project.
The 0.8-hectare piece of land which was formerly home to the Page Aerospace building was acquired by Fairview in 2015 after the aerospace firm closed down its operations on the site.
The empty building was demolished in October 2016 to make way for construction to begin.
Fairview has built a range of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes at Apollo, where the final homes are now being sold.
A total of 24 homes have been built for sale, while a further 9 have been made available as affordable housing – 5 for affordable rent and 4 for shared ownership.
Jeremy Gee, Main Board Director for Fairview, said: “In just 12 months, we have transformed this once-redundant brownfield site into a collection of new homes which has brought this land back into use.
“Our final residents are set to move into their homes at Apollo in the new year, and we wish everyone who has moved to the development the very best for the future in their new homes.”