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Bradford Estates “Net Zero” Mixed-Use Community

Bradford Estates has confirmed that they’ll include a “full range of sustainable transport options” as they continue with plans to create a net zero carbon community titled J3. They’re looking to develop on land adjacent to the M54 – close to Tong and Shifnal – where they own and manage 12,000 acres of land. The […]

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New Plans Submitted For Birmingham Apartment Project

Development activity in Birmingham seems to be at an all time high – with a plethora of new applications submitted every month. The latest has been submitted in partnership between Taylor Grange Developments, Load Properties and Corstorphine+Wright Architects which proposed a major apartment project in the city’s Gun Quarter.

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Large Housing Site Acquired by Taylor Wimpey

Major housebuilder Taylor Wimpey and Jelson Homes have purchased a large housing site for an eight-figure sum, despite the ongoing Covid-19 situation showcasing positivity in the market. The site in Warwickshire has been bought from Fisher German, with planning permission already secured. The site will deliver:

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Birmingham’s New £570m Train Station Approved

Birmingham City Council has today backed plans for HS2’s new station in the heart of the City. In total three planning applications for the £571m station and other surrounding areas were put forward to the planning committee during a ‘virtual’ meeting – and all were approved with WSP and Grimshaw Architects working heavily on the […]

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Countryside Properties Submit Brierley Hill Plans

Major housing and urban regeneration company Countryside Properties has submitted fresh proposals after making some revisions for a site in Brierley Hill, Dudley. The development is set to transform the former Stokes Forgings’ hammer forging plant – with plans highlighting the potential for 132 new homes.

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