National Homebuilder Keepmoat Homes Announces Planning Approval in Kingswinford
Reserved matters planning approval for 157 new homes has been granted to redevelop a brownfield site in Kingswinford into a new housing development.
The Stallings Place housing development, which received reserved matters approval from Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council in June will be transformed into a brand-new housing community, consisting of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes, 82 of which will be made available for affordable housing.
The site, which is based on Stallings Lane, was the former location of the Himley Ibstock Brickworks, and will be redeveloped into a residential community featuring new open space, a play area and public art feature for the residents and wider public to enjoy.
Building with the environment in mind, plots across the development will feature electric vehicle charging stations, and a selection of bird and bat boxes across the site.
Created for first time buyers, growing families and those looking to downsize, the development has an impressive location and is within easy access of urban and countryside locations, including Birmingham and the Black Country, Shropshire and the Severn Valley.
Charlotte Goode, Regional Managing Director at Keepmoat Homes said: “We’re incredibly pleased to have secured planning approval for our Stallings Place development which will bring an incredible community feel to this part of Kingswinford.
“As with all Keepmoat Homes developments, Stallings Place will bring high-quality homes to the area, including affordable housing, along with local contracting opportunities and open spaces for the wider public to enjoy.”
Work is due to start on the Stallings Place site in summer 2022.