Work begins on Meir housing development
WORK has started on a multi-million housing development in Meir.
A selection of 131 two, three and four-bedroom properties are being built at the former housing estate now known as Pipers View.
The project, which is being overseen by Stoke-on-Trent City Council and Barratt Mercia, is due to be completed in 2015.
It is hoped that the houses will generate a revenue in excess of £11 million.
Councillor Ruth Rosenau, cabinet member for regeneration, planning and transportation, said: "Offering good quality, aspirational housing in an excellent location such as Pipers View will not only encourage our residents to stay in Stoke-on-Trent but it will also attract other people to come and live in our city, improving the economy and regenerating the area.”