The project — located on vacant land on Chesterfield Road, near the centre of Lichfield — will deliver two buildings comprising of three two-bedroom and four one-bedroom maisonettes, which will be for sale under the government’s Help to Buy scheme.
The homes will also have dedicated parking and landscaped garden areas.
Once completed, the Chesterfield Road development will have access to a range of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as good links for commuters, with Lichfield City train station a five-minute walk away.
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The scheme is at the rear of another proposed Key Land Capital project — an office conversion into 35 apartments for the private rented sector.
Kevin Sharkey, managing director at Key Land Capital, said: “Our proposed development at Chesterfield Road will provide much needed, high quality new homes for young first-time buyers in a great location.
“Together with our plans for 35 apartments at the former Shire House, we hope to deliver a significant boost to the city’s residential sector at a time when the UK is crying out for more new homes.”