The property developer transforming Sutton Coldfield’s former council house has started a new £4 million project in the town.
Birmingham-based Court Collaboration has purchased a site in Digby Road, ready to turn it into seven high-end apartments.
The property on it, which was previously a commercial repossession by RBS, had been vacant for a number of years.
It will be demolished to make way for a new build of seven high-spec two and three-bedroom apartments in one of the town’s most desirable postcodes.
The scheme, to be known as The Chase, is Court Collaboration’s second development in Sutton Coldfield after it bought the town’s former Council House in 2014.
This is currently being transformed into Royal Sutton Place – 18 exclusive apartments retaining many of the building’s original features.
Anthony McCourt, CEO of Court Collaboration, said: “Our investment in The Chase shows our commitment to Sutton Coldfield, and in addition to Royal Sutton Place, this development will create even more luxury homes like nothing the town has seen before.
“These apartments will be spacious, high-tech and fitted out to an incredibly high standard, and will complement this sought-after address.”
Court Collaboration has appointed King’s Heath based construction company Kavannagh Partnership to carry out the development of the site, with work commencing imminently.