A five-acre brownfield site, the former location of a hospital in Worcestershire, UK, will be developed with 76 sustainable homes. Compared with site-built construction, the relatively straightforward groundworks required to support modular homes tends to be well-suited to brownfield redevelopment.
“Our objective with this complex brownfield site was to unlock it and ensure that it is developed out for family housing,” says Kevin Cubitt, director of Crea8ive Sustainable Homes. “This deal is a big step towards our goal to deliver sustainable homes for local communities. We are delighted to be working with Ilke Homes who share our vision for highly energy efficient and high-quality homes, and we look forward to working with them on future projects.”