Living Space Housing has won a contract from Homes England to build 39 affordable homes on Majestic Way in Telford
Living Space Housing has secured a 6.3-acre site off Majestic Way in Telford, with the disposal being managed by Telford & Wrekin Council as part of the Telford Land Deal.
Living Space will develop a scheme of 39 affordable homes, following approval of a Reserved Matters application.
The Majestic Way in Telford scheme will be developed on behalf of a Registered Provider and Living Space is currently in discussions with a number of regional and national interested parties.
Living Space is a development-led residential planning, design and construction services solution for Registered Providers, PRS Funds, the NHS, Universities and Defence Estates. Having launched to the market last year, the company is already on-site at its first three developments.
Steve Davies, managing director of Living Space Housing, said: “It is rewarding to be working with Homes England and Telford & Wrekin Council to bring forward this residential development site, which is within easy reach of Telford town centre.
“While the coronavirus pandemic has led to construction work pausing on many development sites to keep everyone safe, our land team is working hard to secure many more projects like this one.
“We are actively seeking immediate and longer-term development opportunities and have the funding in place to progress these deals. We would be delighted for agents, developers and landowners to get in touch and explore how Living Space Housing can offer a safe and viable alternative for your residential land.”
The newly secured Majestic Way site is located within the established residential area of Aqueduct, less than two miles south west of Telford town centre. Aqueduct forms part of Telford’s urban area and benefits from convenient access to a wide range of educational, retail and leisure services and amenities.
Living Space’s first three live development sites comprise 26 homes located off Britannia Way in central Telford, 51 homes at Pixiefields in Cradley, on the outskirts of Malvern, Herefordshire and 48 homes at the former Victoria Carpets Sports Ground on the outskirts of Kidderminster town centre in Worcestershire.