A care home and a Co-op will soon be coming to a new development in Lichfield after a leading property consultancy negotiated two separate land sales.
Roman Heights in Streethay will see a care village complex with 78 apartments and 60 bungalows with associated parking and communal facilities, and a Co-op convenience store alongside a new café and four retail units, undergo construction after two deals were agreed by Fisher German.
Fisher German, acting on behalf of Miller Homes, sold the care village site to Keon Homes Ltd, and the Co-op site to LSP Developments. Both sites have full planning permission for the projects and construction works have started.
The developments will add to the 750 new homes and primary school at Roman Heights, which first received outline planning permission in late 2014.
Rob Champion, Partner at Fisher German, said: “We received strong interest for both sites having targeted specialist developers in both sectors. The schemes complement the existing housing and will be excellent additions to Lichfield.
“The care village and new shops will help make Roman Heights feel more like a true community, and we wish Keon Homes and LSP Developments all the best with the delivery of the projects.”
Alastair Parsons, Area Sales Director at Miller Homes West Midlands, said: “Building communities is at the heart of what we do at Miller Homes and we are delighted to bring these important facilities to our residents living in Streethay.
“With our residential homes now sold out and our customers enjoying their new homes, we hope that the new retail facilities and care complex will become a focal point of the development servicing the needs of the community for years to come.”