New Housing Developments

There are lots of new homes for sale and rent being built by Bellway Homes. Since the project began in 2006, we have demolished 887 homes, including 5 tower blocks, which had become unsustainable. Over 1,200 new homes have been built over 28 different sites, introducing choice into the housing market. More than half of the homes that are being built are for social rent and a large proportion of the remainder are available for low cost home ownership through equity share arrangements. Bellway are currently offering ‘Help to Buy’ 20% Equity Loan on all their open market sale homes.

There are currently a number of new developments under way. Click the images below for more information or see the site plans by clicking on the download buttons.

Forest Oak

Forest Oak
The Birmingham Road site (Forest Oak) will be a mix of 38 homes made up of 32 houses and 6 apartments with associated parking and landscaping.

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The Montfort Rise site (Woodlands) will be a mix of 27 1, 2 and 3-bedroom dwellings with associated parking and landscaping.

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Keepers Gate

Keepers Gate
The Chelmsley Road site (Keepers Gate) will be a development of 43, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses and flats with associated parking.

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Digby Court

Digby Court
The Digby Court development in Pike Drive will be a development of 147 new homes on the old Bishop Wilson School site in Chelmsley Wood. There will be 1 and 2-bedroom new apartments and 3 and 4-bedroom new homes built in 2 phases. Phase 1 consists of 106 homes and will be complete by March 2016. The construction of phase 2 which consists of 41 homes will start during Spring 2016 .

Phase 1 Site Plan Phase 2 Site Plan

Cooks Lane Consultation Boards

Cooks Lane Consultation Boards

Windward Way Industrial Estate Consultation Boards

Windward Way Industrial Estate Consultation Boards

Recently Completed Sites

22nd February 2016
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Castle Oak, Over Green Drive, Kingsurst

The Castle Oak site in Overgreen Drive, Kingshurst is a development of 26, 3-bedroom homes, all of which benefit from off-street parking.
26th January 2016

Fillingham Court, Chelmsley Wood

A new development of specialised apartments for over 55s which is part of the regeneration of North Solihull has been officially opened.

Other Development News

22nd February 2016
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Progress at Digby Court, Chelmsley Wood, February 2016

Phase 1 of Digby Court in Pike Drive is almost complete. The second phase will begin during Spring 2016.
30th September 2015

Progress at Montford Rise, Woodlands Highway, Kingshurst, January 2016

30th September 2015

Progress at Keepers Gate, Chelmsley Wood, January 2016

30th September 2015

Progress at Forest Oak site, Birmingham Road, February 2016

14th September 2015

Public Consultation Event Details: Cooks Lane & Windward Way Industrial Estate

10th September 2015

New Park at Woodlands Highway Development

Plans for a play area at the new Bellway residential development, Montford Rise between Windward Way and the Chester Road, have been drawn up.
26th August 2015
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New Apartments for Rent at Fillingham Close

2nd July 2015
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Coleshill Heath Extra Care Facility

Proposed Extra Care Facility On The Site Currently Occupied by Coleshill Heath School Below you can see the proposed extra care facility that will be built on part of the […]
19th March 2015
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106 new homes at former school site

Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council approved plans for the development in April and the first homes will be released for sale in August. The North Solihull Partnership, who are responsible for the development, will also fund 64 affordable rented homes for local people, invest a total of £100,000 in an all-weather sports facility, pay for improvements at the nearby Meriden Park, create a landscaped green area within the homes and pay £178,000 towards a new drainage system.
23rd June 2014

Consultation on ex-Bishop Wilson School site

The North Solihull Partnership is advising local people that Solihull Council is consulting on its proposal to dispose of a remaining 0.5 hectare area of land that had been used as a sports pitch at the former Bishop Wilson Church of England primary school site.