Redrow – Ledsham Garden Village – West Midlands - Project Profile
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Redrow Homes (Redrow) is undertaking the Little Sutton Residential Development project in Birmingham, West Midlands, the UK.
The project involves the construction of residential development with 2,000 new homes on 105ha of land. The project will be executed in phases.
The first phase of the project involves the construction of 170 residential units, 43 of which will be affordable homes on 8ha of land.
It includes the construction of retail space, parking and related facilities, and the installation of safety and security systems.
Terence O’Rourke Ltd has been appointed as the master planner.
In-house division of Redrow Homes will undertake the construction.
In September 2012, the planning application for the first phase of the project was submitted to the concerned authority; however, the local residents are opposing the project development.
On June 20, 2013, Cheshire West and Chester Council's Strategic Planning Committee rejected the planning application.
In January 2014, Redrow received planning approval for 1,570 homes out of 2,000 homes from the city council.
In October 2015, Redrow received planning approval for 2,000 homes from the Council.
Pre-design activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of residential development with 2,000 new home at Ledsham Road in Little Sutton, Birmingham, West Midlands, the UK.
The US$700 million project includes the following: