Housing plans given the go ahead in Brownhills
Taylor Wimpey Midlands has been given the go-ahead for a select development of 36 homes on Silver Street in Brownhills.
Silver Waters will include a range of two, three and four bedroom properties suitable for both first time buyers and growing families. Homes will not be released for sale until the summer, but already Taylor Wimpey has received a high level of interest from prospective purchasers.
Roger Northam, managing director for Taylor Wimpey Midlands, said: “Silver Waters is an attractive development in a great location close to the town centre and adjacent to the canal. Although there will only be 36 properties in total, we have still designed a scheme with a good choice of homes to suit a wide range of local people. Not surprisingly, we’ve already had a lot of enquiries about the homes and would urge people to register their interest as soon as possible so we can let them know as soon as the properties go on sale.”
The development will be the first opportunity for people to purchase a Taylor Wimpey property in the town for many years. The five star rated housebuilder prides itself on building well designed, quality homes and offering a range of schemes to help buyers get on or move up the property ladder.
The company also invests in the wider communities where it builds through various donations and sponsorship opportunities and this will continue in Brownhills. In addition to supporting local initiatives, Taylor Wimpey will be contributing £300,000 towards local education, healthcare facilities, affordable housing and public open space in the town.
Silver Waters takes its name from its location in close proximity to the Wyrley and Essington Canal, which during Brownhill’s thriving coal mining era in the mid 19th century, formed a fundamental part of the Midlands transport network. The exciting new development forms a key part of an ambitious master plan to regenerate the town.
To find out more about the new homes available at Silver Waters, visit taylorwimpey.co.uk.