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Housing in Stevenage

One of the top 10 most affordable commuter towns in the UK


new homes by 2021


average house price across Stevenage (Source: Rightmove November 2022)


new homes in the town centre as part of wider regeneration programme

Archer Road development

Archer Road development

Affordable Housing in Hertfordshire

Housing in Stevenage is considerably more affordable compared to other towns in Hertfordshire, like St Albans, where house prices had an overall average price of £635,291 over the last year (Source: Rightmove November 2022). In Stevenage the overall average cost is £338,961 (Source: Rightmove November 2022).

The regeneration programme will add a further 3,000 residential developments in the heart of our town, offering a wide range of housing types to potential residents.

The regeneration of Stevenage Town Centre is aligned with studies like ‘The Grimsey Review’, that outline how modern towns must include residential, retail, commercial and leisure facilities all in the same spaces to drive increased demand for services. This means that, along with a number of major housing schemes spread across the town, we are also introducing a range of new living opportunities within central spaces, providing outstanding travel links to London and across the UK

Twin Foxes development

Twin Foxes development

New developments

Outside of the Town Centre regeneration project our Housing Development team is dedicated to regenerating neighbourhoods and maximising quality of design.

Kenilworth Close

Kenilworth Close

Housing schemes

The Kenilworth Close scheme is one of a number of ongoing developments and will deliver 236 new homes; 50% of which will be affordable and social rented homes. The scheme will also comprise of 4 new community shops and an independent living scheme. A new Community Centre will be provided as well as an improved parking layout and more valuable structured open green spaces

Regeneration map

Find out about our completed and upcoming plans