Harris Lamb’s planning consultancy has secured planning permission for an affordable housing scheme in Bromsgrove on the site of a former job centre.
The business oversaw the application on behalf of Bromford Housing Group.
The project, at Churchfields, will see four houses and 14 supported apartments built along with a resource hub.
James Hollyman, of the planning team, said: “This council has agreed to this scheme, which will see the former Job Centre Plus and Masonic Hall at the site demolished to make way for the properties, and a resource hub built in their place to unite the new residents.
“The houses in this scheme will be shared ownership homes for sale and the supported apartments aim to provide good quality, independent accommodation for adults with long term conditions.
“We are delighted to have met with the district council’s requirements and secured approval for this very worthwhile scheme for Bromford Housing Group.”
Aaron Slevin, project manager for Bromford Housing Group, said: This development will see the area regenerated to provide affordable home ownership properties and supported homes for those who really need this level of resource.
“Harris Lamb was responsive and ensured we met our tight timescales for development. It was a pleasure working with James and the team,” he added.
For further information on the houses for sale or supported accommodation visit www.bromford.co.uk or call 0330 1234 034.