City of Wolverhampton Council’s wholly owned housing development company, WV Living, has opened two brand new show homes at The Marches, Lakefield Road, site of the former Wednesfield High School.
Visitors will have the chance to explore the fully furnished ‘Langley’, a four bedroomed townhouse and the ‘Hayes’, a three bedroomed townhouse. Built over three floors, both show homes have been beautifully designed showcasing stylish interiors.
The homes are being built by contractor Willmott Dixon and will see a mixture 266 homes on the development. There will be a mixture of 210 two-storey two-bedroom houses, two and three-storey three-bedroom and four-bedroom houses, and 56 two-bedroom apartments.
The development will include market sale, affordable housing for rent, Shared Ownership and Help to Buy properties.
Work started on-site late 2019 and is expected to be completed in Spring next year.
Councillor Jacqueline Sweetman, City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for City Assets and Housing said: “The development delivers on our promise to create hundreds of much-needed homes for the city and our residents. We will continue in our pledge to encourage the development of energy efficient homes across the city, creating modern communities that reflect the aspirations of our residents.
“I am delighted to see this development is continuing to gather pace and reach a key millstone. The Marches will inject further life into the already very vibrant Wednesfield village.”
Mark Taylor, Director and Chair of Company Board, said: “We are delighted to be able to open the doors to our latest show homes, they will allow potential homebuyers to see the space, quality features and attention to details that our homes provide. The flexible living spaces are designed to meet the needs of today’s families, whether you are working or relaxing.
“We are very proud of our top-quality development at The Marches. These homes are beautifully designed, energy efficient, close to public transport, schools and green spaces. We are really excited for visitors to see these fantastic new properties.”
The show homes at The Marches are open by appointment only. To make an appointment, customers are asked to call 07834 622276
WV Living is committed to upgrading neighbourhoods, strengthening local identity and creating pride in the city. Building homes to meet the needs of local communities so residents can live, learn and work in the city.
Other developments include a total of 49 properties being built at Leasowes Farm (Langley Road), The Glade (Warstones Drive) and Vicarage View (Vicarage Road).