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News » UK » Inland Homes spreads north » published 17 May 2017

Inland Homes spreads north

Brownfield regeneration specialist Inland Homes, which until now has concentrated on the south of England, is preparing to start its first housing development in the Midlands.

The Sherborne Wharf site in Birmingham Above: The Sherborne Wharf site in Birmingham

Inland Homes has received a resolution to grant planning consent for a £30m development of 148 one-and two-bedroom flats at Sherborne Wharf in Birmingham.

Sherborne Wharf is a 2.4 acre site, a mile west of Birmingham New Street station, comprising three connected areas of land.

Separately, in its core territory, Inland Homes has also received a resolution to grant planning consent for a £21m development of 58 apartments at Beaumont Works in St Albans. The site is a Grade II listed former commercial unit that will be converted for residential use.

Inland Homes land director Paul Brett said: “While the main focus of our business is on the commuter belt around London as well as other popular areas in the south of England such as Southampton, the strength of our understanding and specialist expertise in the planning system means that we are able to identify opportunities outside of our normal geographical remit, acquire sites and secure planning permission in order to deliver meaningful value for our shareholders.

"Inland Homes now has a strong pipeline of high quality, affordable and much needed homes, further underlining the strong position of the company against the backdrop of the continuing housing shortage crisis."




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This article was published on 17 May 2017 (last updated on 17 May 2017).

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