Maldon: Homes scheme is celebrated on TV

John Swords, Housing Policy and Enabling Manager for Maldon District Council (left), with TV presenter George Clarke (right), on the show

John Swords, Housing Policy and Enabling Manager for Maldon District Council (left), with TV presenter George Clarke (right), on the show

First published in Local News by , Reporter

An initiative to bring the district’s empty homes back to life has been celebrated on TV.

Channel Four’s Great British Property Scandal programme, hosted by George Clarke, showed Maldon District Council’s success in turning an empty house into a home fit for a family.

The programme, which aired last Wednesday, followed the renovation of the home to the successful occupation by a young mother and her child.

TV presenter Mr Clarke said on the show that the council had a “brilliant” grant scheme to help private owners refurbish empty properties.

He added: “It just proves it can be done in an affordable way way where there is a willingness with the council and the owner.”

See this week's MBS for the full story.

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