Housing New Build
The need to provide sufficient affordable housing continues to present a growing challenge for all Stakeholders involved in its delivery. The nationwide requirement to build ‘more for less’, tackle community and regeneration issues and address growing environmental standards only intensifies the challenge ahead.
We consistently seek to improve the affordable housing stock and increase the number of new homes for rent and homebuy via registered Social Landlords and Local Authorities.
Thomas Vale has always sought to lead the field in terms of its vision of the future, and to date has in excess of 20 framework agreements with a range of social housing providers and plays an active role in encouraging innovation through collaboration.
Goldfield Court, West Bromwich
Contract Value: £10.2 million
This scheme has provided 92 self-contained apartments of rented and shared ownership tenure, along with communal facilities including a shop, restaurant, and a hair and beauty salon.
It also provides facilities for the local community and increase job opportunities in the local area. This project is part of a much wider regeneration of the area which has seen substantial investment from a wide range of partners, including Sandwell Council, housing 21, Urban Living and the government agency responsible for funding new affordable homes, the homes and Communities Agency.
Crompton Road, Birmingham
Contract Value: £3.1 million
This project is going to be transformed to provide thirty-three new affordable homes. This will create twenty-one two-bedroom, seven three-bedroom, and five four-bedroom new houses.
The scheme, which is due for completion later this year, is being developed by Thomas Vale Construction, in partnership with Midland Heart and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
Charles Pearson Court, Smethwick
Shenley Green, Birmingham
Contract Value: £2.1 million
Thomas Vale has been appointed by Bournville Village Trust to construct and develop the site that will include 19 properties comprising two bed houses and bungalows and two storey apartments with courtyards.
Brandwood End, Birmingham
Contract Value: £11.5 million
120 new affordable homes for outright sale, shared ownership and rent to supplement the existing 150 homes built in earlier phases, to include all associated external works, drainage, landscaping and services.
The last phase is due for completion in 2011 will replace the former defective ‘Smiths Construction’ homes that have been demolished by the Council.
Cherry Tree Court, Staffordshire
Value: £11 million
This Design and Build project in Wolverhampton consists of a 70 bed extra care facility including external works, associated services and landscaping.
Gilbert Court, Bromsgrove
Contract Value: £3.5 million
Extra Care Accomodation for BDHT at Gilbert road, Bromsgrove.
The project was procured via the Spectrum Development Partnership. The Redevelopment included New Build, and Refurbishment of an existing occupied scheme. The project completed in 2009
Lea Court and Madeley, Staffordshire
Value: £8.2 million
The Lea Court development provides 63 two-bedroom apartments for older people. Residents enjoy independant living along with 24 hour on-site care. The have easy access to the facilities at the adjacent Madeley Centre, which boasts a200 seat recreational hall,a cafe/restaurant, information centre, healthy living suite, children's centre and multi-use meeting spaces for various local groups.
Nimmings Farm, Birmingham
Contract Value: £17 million
This new build development scheme involved the demolition of 100 out dated homes on Nimmings Farm Estate in Northfield, Birmingham. They have been replaced by 172 new homes carried out in 4 phases over a 4 year period.
Queensridge Court, Brandhall, Sandwell
Contract Value: £10.2million
This is a 87No Extra Care Scheme provided for Housing 21 in conjunction with Sandwell MBC, this is the first in a series of Extra Care projects to be provided across the Borough. The project was completed in November 2010.
Trinity Court, Birmingham
Contract Value: £1.8 million
This development was introduced to Family HA (Birmingham) Ltd in August 2005. We assisted with land negotiations with the private vendor, and tracked the project through the planning process.
Extensive ‘Value Engineering’ was applied to make this social housing project be financially viable. The 24 apartments were built in two blocks of 12 No apartments and all are 2 bedroom. The construction consisted of MMC, a Timber Frame structure with a brick facade.
Worcester Road, Stourport on Severn
Contract Value: £3 million
The site, which is immediately adjacent to Thomas Vale’s head office in Stourport was purchased by Thomas Vale and was then sold to our long standing partner Wyre Forest Community Housing Group in order for them to develop 29 new build houses and apartments.
This project is of Timber Frame construction and is designed to achieve a ‘Very Good’ Eco-Homes Rating.