A 200-bed hotel and around 750 houses are set to be built on a West Midlands business park after plans for a major expansion were unveiled.
IM Properties is behind the additions to Blythe Valley Park, in Solihull, which will also include up to one million sq ft of industrial and storage space, a care facility with up to 250 bedrooms and up to 26,900 sq ft of general commercial space for offices, cafés and restaurants.
The company, which is behind the regeneration of 55 Colmore Row in Birmingham city centre, is also planning to build up to 10,760 sq ft of space for "community uses" such as a cinema, bingo hall, gym or swimming pool.
There will also be new parking, highways works and public realm, according to a newly submitted planning application.
Blythe Valley Park is next to junction four of the M42 south of Birmingham Airport and already counts engineering consultancy Arup, construction group Kier and serviced office provider Regus among its tenants.
Coleshill-based IM Properties bought the 260-acre park in 2014 for £125 million while it was in receivership.
The site is split into two phases, the first of which includes 430,000 sq ft of existing accommodation spread across 11 buildings, with 44 acres of undeveloped land.