Development

SIXTEEN-ACRE KINGS NORTON SITE SOLD TO ST FRANCIS GROUP FOR REDEVELOPMENT

Harris Lamb has sold a 16-acre site in Kings Norton to the St Francis Group, which intends to see the site redeveloped to help fulfil the housing shortage within the region. Harris Lamb sold the Ardath Road site, located off Parsons Hill, on behalf of STVA (UK). Read More
18
September
2017
Development
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PARTNERSHIP ACQUIRES CONGLETON LAND FOR 29-HOME DEVELOPMENT

Harris Lamb has overseen the sale of a 1.8-acre site in Congleton to a residential developer. MCI Developments Limited, working in partnership with Registered Provider Places For People, will build a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes on the Back Lane site. Acting on behalf of a private land… Read More
08
September
2017
Development
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DEADLINE APPROACHES TO BID ON 210 UNIT SITE IN HALL GREEN

Developers have just two weeks left to submit bids on the former Hall Green Stadium, which has outline planning permission for up to 210 new homes. Harris Lamb has reported high levels of interest in the 10.77 acre site on the Birmingham and Solihull border, after the planning team spent… Read More
31
August
2017
Development
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HARRIS LAMB MARKETS TEN-ACRE RESIDENTIAL SITE IN GLOUCESTER

Harris Lamb is marketing a 10.92-acre site in Gloucester with outline planning permission for up to 85 new homes. The business is acting with CBRE on behalf of Wilsgrove Developments, inviting bids from local and national investors and housebuilders. The parcel of land is part of a wider two phase… Read More
21
August
2017
Development
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HARRIS LAMB SECURES WORCESTER LAND SALE FOR 61-HOUSE REDEVELOPMENT

Harris Lamb has sold a 13-acre plot of land in Worcester to developer Amber Residential Property Ltd. The house-builder intends to redevelop the site off Newtown Road to build 61 new homes. Andrew Lamb, Director, oversaw the sale on behalf of Severn Trent, and said that… Read More
18
August
2016
Construction
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PLANS SUBMITTED FOR 205,000 SQ FT OF INDUSTRIAL SPACE AT WORCESTER SIX

Plans to develop 205,000 sq ft of industrial space at the £120m Worcester Six site have been submitted to Worcester County Council, marking a vital investment into future jobs in the region. Stoford Developments and Liberty Property Trust have lodged the plans, aiming to deliver the first two… Read More
16
May
2016
Commercial Agency
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Hall Green greyhound track earmarked for 210-property housing development

Plans to close Hall Green dog track and build more than 200 family homes and apartments in its place have won support from local residents at public consultation, and will play a big part in meeting the need for new housing in Birmingham.  Harris Lamb has… Read More
21
March
2016
Development
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HARRIS LAMB SELLS CHESTERFIELD LAND PARCEL TO AVANT HOMES FOR 91-HOME REDEVELOPMENT

Harris Lamb has sold a 10-acre plot of land in Chesterfield to the UK’s leading privately-owned house-builder Avant Homes. The developer now plans to redevelop the Newbold Road site to build 91 high-specification new homes. Charles D’Auncey, director of Harris Lamb, oversaw the sale on behalf of… Read More
29
January
2016
Commercial Agency
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Redevelopment plans for Louisa Ryland House submitted to Birmingham City Council

Plans have been submitted to transform a landmark Birmingham building into prime office and retail space. Before: Louisa Ryland House as it is now The application to redevelop Louisa Ryland House on Newhall Street has been submitted to Birmingham City Council by Graftongate on behalf of Euro… Read More
07
January
2016
Development
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Proud to be supporting Worcestershire LEP

The Harris Lamb team were amongst the guests at the Worcestershire LEP Conference on Friday, meeting a number of other successful businesses based within the county. The LEP is one of the best performing in the UK, leading the county to be cited as World Class Worcestershire, and has … Read More
16
November
2015
Blog
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