Homes England announces plans for 5,000 new homes
Government housing agency Homes England has revealed that land it acquired in the last financial year has the potential to result in 5,000 new homes.
Spread across 19 sites country-wide, the land is worth a total of £180m and includes plots in Birmingham, Bristol and Darlington.
The agency have pledged their commitment to develop a strong pipeline of projects to help aid market recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Simon Dudley, Homes England interim chair, said: “I want to reassure the sector that Homes England is very much open for business and investing in a long-term pipeline of development opportunities to support market recovery.
“The need for new housing will remain a priority, so we will continue to do business with partners across the sector to create opportunities for future development and support the government’s housebuilding objectives.”