Site being prepared for 472 new homes
08 November 2022
Preparatory works have begun on a Black Country site which is set to deliver 472 new homes to the area.
The 65.1 acre former brownfield site of Newey Business Park and the Bean Foundry on Birmingham New Road and Sedgley Road West is being prepared to make way for the housing development known as Coseley New Village which is being built by Central region.
Today, the site was visited by Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council Leader Patrick Harley who commented: “This development will bring a range of homes for the local people of Dudley and will go some way towards addressing the housing shortage in our Borough which is a priority for the Council.”
Commenting on the works, Nick Wilkins, Technical Director for Central said: “This is a fabulous site which will bring much needed homes to the Tipton/Coseley area. We will be offering a range of homes to suit local needs. Within the design of our development, we have incorporated a network of new public open spaces that link to the adjoining canal, which will make it a nice place for people to live.”
Sarah Preston, Sales Director for Central added: “Of the 472 homes, there will be 72 2-bed apartments, 144 2-bed houses, 221 3-bed houses and 35 4-bed houses. We look forward to opening our sales office and show home which is expected to be early in 2023.
The building of the homes is due to start later this year.