Tuesday, April 23, 2024

YMCA chooses Stirlin as contractor for housing project in Lincoln

Stirlin has been appointed as the main contractor for the development of housing at Sheridan Close, St Giles, Lincoln for YMCA Lincolnshire.

This project will include 16 independent apartments, providing essential move-on accommodation and support or assisted living for young people.  This is a much-needed facility and contributes significantly to YMCA Lincolnshire’s mission of supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged people across the region.

This project expands the housing provision already provided by the charity.  CEO Caroline Killeavy said “This is much needed, high-quality accommodation for local young people. Sixteen self-contained modern apartments will provide a much-needed safe space for those who have experienced hardship in their lives.”

Stirlin MD Tony Lawton said: “Social values are embedded at the heart of what we do at Stirlin and so we are unbelievably proud to be part of this project as it will make such a positive difference in the lives of individuals and communities.”

YMCA Lincolnshire has been a cornerstone of community support for over 150 years, managing over 170 units of accommodation throughout Lincoln. Their dedication to providing crucial services to those in need aligns seamlessly with Stirlin’s commitment to delivering exceptional projects that positively impact communities.

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