12 Oct

Raft of new homes announced for the West Midlands

Raft of new homes announced for the West Midlands

Around 1,500 new homes are set to be built in the West Midlands after a government injection of £30 million, in news which will please those looking for property for sale in the West Midlands.

The government grant was secured by the Matrix Housing Partnership as part of the Homes and Communities Agency’s Affordable Homes Programme which is aiming to deliver 80,000 new affordable homes across England by 2015.

The plans look to deliver the homes over the next four years with key projects in the area including West Bromwich and Redditch.

Chris Handy, chair of the Matrix Housing Partnership Strategy Group, said: "We submitted a high-quality and innovative bid which included a broad range of developments across the West Midlands, so we are delighted to have secured such a significant allocation from the Homes and Communities Agency."

New homes are also set to be built in other parts of the region including Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton. The programme will invest over £286 million to deliver 13,500 homes over the next four years. 




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