New affordable homes in Little Addington

little addington northamptonshire new affordable homes

Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association (NRHA), and partners Grand Union Housing Group and Oaklow Group, have recently started on site on a new development in the village of Little Addington.

The small rural scheme, which is strongly supported by the community, will provide eleven homes for the village, including six much-needed affordable properties. The affordable homes in the scheme, which are due to be completed in summer 2022, will be prioritised for local people with a connection to Little/Great Addington.

We met some of the community at a public consultation event, who told us how important this development is to the village:

"I think it is very important to have more affordable housing in the village. It is the only way to keep local people, on an average salary, in the village - as well as being able to get onto the housing ladder."

"Housing here has risen exponentially. Villagers and especially children of villagers are being outpriced. I want to stay in Little Addington, near my family, I love the village and want to raise my family here."

The new homes, all identified in a housing needs survey, will be a mix of bungalows and houses to suit people with different needs. Two of the homes will be available for affordable rent and four for shared ownership sale. A further bungalow will be sold by the developer at a reduced market rate and the remaining four homes will be sold at market rate.

The homes will be built to national space standards, and will incorporate the latest in air source heating technology, reducing carbon dioxide emissions and helping to keep energy bills low.

NRHA is grateful to Homes England and North Northamptonshire Council for their support.


Development details and application process:

About the homes

  • Types of homes for rent and shared ownership

    The homes are due to be completed in summer 2022.

    There will be six affordable homes available.

    x2 for social rent:

    • x2 2-bed bungalows (rent will be approx. £125.21 per week, plus service charge)

    x4 for shared ownership:

    • x2 3-bed houses
    • x2 2-bed houses

    Valuations will be added here soon.

Local connection criteria

  • Homes for rent

    To be eligible to apply for a rented home, you'll need to have a proven housing need, and a local connection to the Parish of Little/Great Addington.

    This connection can be:

    • currently live in the Parish of Little/Great Addington and have done so for at least the last 12 months
    • previously lived in the parish (for a minimum of three years, but moved as unable to secure affordable housing in the village)
    • have close family in the village (parents, step-parents, children and adult step-children, brother, sister) living in the Parish and who have done so for at least five years
    • currently work in the parish (and have done so for at least the last 12 months, and for not less then 16 hours a week).
  • Homes for shared ownership

    The Shared Ownership homes will be prioritised using the above local connection criteria and qualifying criteria set by the government’s ‘Help to Buy’ scheme.

How to apply and bid for a home

  • How to apply

    For rented homes

    To be considered for a rented property you MUST be registered with Keyways (North Northamptonshire Council's choice based letting system), which you can do online. Near completion, the homes will be available to apply for on the Keyways website.

    Please also read the local connection criteria above.

    Register your interest with us

    Please also register your interest with us (form below), and when the new homes are nearing completion, we’ll let you know that the homes are being advertised on the Keyways website.

    For shared ownership homes

    Please read the local connection criteria above.

    Then please register your interest below and when the new homes are nearing completion, we’ll get in touch with you to advise you of the next steps to apply.

Further info

Register of interest form:

As per our privacy policy. You can remove consent by contacting us dataprotection@emh.co.uk
To be placed on our register of interest, the Association does require applicants to meet a strict section 106 local connection criteria. Please select from the following options your connection to the village you are applying for;




(eg. renting with social housing provider, private renting, living with family etc)