Green light for new housing development at Blythe Valley Park - The Solihull Observer

Green light for new housing development at Blythe Valley Park

Solihull Editorial 28th Jan, 2021   0

PLANS to build more than 100 homes at Blythe Valley Park have been given the go ahead.

Bloor Homes is behind the proposals for 114 homes, as part of the 750 new properties being delivered at the business park.

The latest consent is described by planning and development consultants, Turley, as a major achievement by park owners, IM Properties, to ensure all the building blocks are in place to quickly complete the new community.

IM Properties has teamed up with development partners to get final planning permission for the homes and a care home since outline planning was gained in March 2017.

Bloor Homes will build the 114 units, together with the 588 new homes being delivered alongside Crest Nicholson, due for completion over the next three years.

Charlotte Palmer, from Turley, said: “In development terms, it’s a huge achievement to submit, obtain reserved matters approval and implement nearly all of the phases of development within four years of outline planning permission.

“IM Properties has established a good relationship with Solihull Council and most importantly, has shown it has designed and implemented each phase as outlined.”

A new bus service is also already operating, part funded by IM Properties which connects Blythe Valley Park with surrounding neighbourhoods.


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