Published: 20th Feb 2019

Plans for a £21m mixed-use development of a former bus depot site in Wolverhampton city centre have been approved. Homes England had bought the site and demolished the former bus depot, to make way for new homes close to the Metro system and the city centre, and the council say the new development will provide a ‘key gateway’ into the city. It will be a mixed-use scheme, consisting of 74 apartments and 18 houses for sale and there is also a YMCA building including retail space, a training and office area. There will also be a day nursery which will offer day care and education for up to 120 children aged from birth to 5 years, plus accommodation for young people working and studying in the city. The development will also see the nearby former Royal Hospital building becoming a major feature, fronting a new public open space. City of … (To read the full article, subscribe below)