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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Legal & General BTR Schemes – A Stand-Out Element By f.r.a

Legal & General are one of the leading firms in the ever growing BTR sector – and one of the stand-out elements of their projects is the exceptional branding and wayfinding. Behind the design and implementation is leading wayfinding, signage design and place branding firm f.r.a and we take a look at some of their […]

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Revealed: The Plans for Two New Midlands Stations

Planning applications for two NEW railway stations on the Walsall to Wolverhampton line have been Submitted The stations will be at Darlaston and Willenhall and improve the connectivity between Wolverhampton, Walsall and Birmingham New Street if plans are accepted. The original stations in Darlaston and Willenhall closed in 1965 and only through trains have used […]

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