16 August 2017
Award-winning housebuilder, St. Modwen Homes, has been given the green light for 185 new homes in the second phase of its Cofton Grange development in Cofton Hackett, near Longbridge.
The new homes, due to be launched this autumn, follow the sell-out success of the first phase of homes for Cofton Grange and will include a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties with a mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced designs.
Dave Smith, Managing Director at St. Modwen Homes, said: “We’re thrilled to have received planning permission at Cofton Grange. Our first phase proved incredibly popular with all 14 properties reserved from plan in just two months and there is currently a waiting list of over 900 people for the new homes. As such, we’re gearing up to start groundwork on site and expect to release the first homes for sale in the next coming months.
“Less than two miles from Lickey Hills Country Park and just a short distance from Longbridge town centre, Cofton Hackett is fast becoming a top choice for new homeowners and we’ve worked closely with our architects, RPS, to create an attractive and sustainable environment for our homeowners.”
Designed according to St. Modwen Homes’ philosophy of light and height each property will benefit from large windows and higher than average ceilings throughout to create bright open living spaces.
In addition to the new homes, the second phase will deliver a large quantity of open space, including the planting of hedgerows, shrubs and trees around the development, as well as a new public footpath and cycle routes.
The housebuilding brand of the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, St. Modwen, St. Modwen Homes is one of only a handful of housebuilders across the country to have received a five-star rating from the House Builder’s Federation; the highest accolade to be granted by the national housebuilding body.
Cofton Grange forms part of St. Modwen’s broader £1bn regeneration of the former MG Rover site at Longbridge, Birmingham, with £300m invested to date. Four hundred family homes have already been created along with shops, eateries, offices, the £66m Bournville College, Longbridge Technology Park and the new Austin Park. Alongside the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM) Accommodation Building and Longbridge Retirement Village.
For more information, call 0844 243 4507 or email CoftonGrange@stmodwenhomes.co.uk. Alternatively visit www.stmodwenhomes.co.uk or follow the housebuilder on Twitter at @StModwenHomes and like the Cofton Grange page on Facebook.
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