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4th Jul, 2022

Green light for developer to build new development in Shirley

HOUSEBUILDER Wain Homes has been given the green light to develop 110 new homes in the Shirley area of Solihull and 49 homes in Rowney Green, Worcestershire after the schemes were granted outline planning permission by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Bromsgrove District Council.

The six acre Shirley scheme, situated on Stratford Road, was the former Lucas and ZF headquarters site and will be one of the first developments for the recently established West Midlands region of Wain Homes.

The development, called The Green, will feature a range of one and two-bedroom apartments and two, three and four-bedroom homes.

Bordesley Manor at Rowney Green, Alvechurch, has also recently been granted outline planning permission for 49 homes on the former Bordesley Hall Business Park site.

Andy Peters, Wain Homes West Midlands managing director, said: “These developments represent a real statement of intent for Wain Homes West Midlands and is just the start of our plan to deliver some 500 quality new homes annually by 2026 as set out in our business plan.

“The Green is perfectly located in a popular residential area of Solihull, ideal for commuting into Birmingham city centre and for access to the M42.

“Rowney Green is a very desirable location with great connectivity, yet boasts a rural setting overlooking green fields.

“Having only been established in the West Midlands just over 12 months, we already have six new developments and around 600 new homes in the planning pipeline which demonstrates Wain Homes’ appeal to land owners, agents and local authorities who can see a long track record of the company delivering successful and popular developments throughout our other three regions.”

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