As the third largest town in the county, Oswestry is an important economic hub. The average open-market house in St Martins, however, is almost 6 times higher than the average salary of its residents, leaving property ownership beyond the reach of many potential local buyers.
Building Rural Communities for the Future
As part of this year’s Rural Housing Week, we take a closer look at a wonderful example of how a rural Shropshire community came together to shape its housing future.
Prees lays foundations for new community-led scheme
A new community-led rural housing development will be delivered in Press parish in north Shropshire within the next two years.
Much Wenlock family thrilled with new Passivhaus home
The region’s first affordable housing scheme built to Passivhaus standards was officially opened on 9th July at Callaughtons Ash, Much Wenlock.
Local residents keep strong ties in Craven Arms
The edge of any small town is always an attractive prospect for homebuyers, however…
Much Wenlock development delivers homes of the future
Housing is in demand, and the county’s average house price is £234,368…
Innovative independent living homes opened in Ludlow
New Independent Living homes have been officially opened marking the end of a nearly 2 year build…