Published: 6th Apr 2021

A development for 100 new apartments in Wolverhampton has been approved following a successful application by Hybrid Planning & Development. It will use an underutilised brownfield site on the corner of Dudley Road and Bell Place on the southern edge of the city centre. The development will comprise 100 one and two bedroom apartments, the new scheme is being developed by M&E Group and also includes a 230m office space, basement car parking for every apartment, cycle parking, communal rooftop gardens and associated landscaping. ‘We’re very excited to help bring forward this prominent and underused site for significant residential-led regeneration in the city centre,’ said senior planner Aaron Henecke. ‘Working closely with the council and wider project team, we’ve been able to devise a distinctive scheme that will reinvigorate the streetscape and provide greater housing choice for the city’s young professionals and growing families. Securing approval under delegated powers with … (To read the full article, subscribe below)