St. Modwen Homes’ Cofton Grange development in Longbridge has been named as one of the finalists in the Best Regeneration Initiative category of this year’s national Housebuilder Awards.
Located off Shadow Close in Cofton Hackett, just a mile and a half from the £100 million Longbridge town centre, Cofton Grange is the only development in the Midlands to be named as one of the most successful regeneration projects in the Housebuilder Awards this year.
The development has been recognised for its commitment to the local community and impact on the local environment, which includes the re-emergence of a 255 metre stretch of the River Rea, as well as the house designs and quality of build; all of which have helped transform the former MG Rover site into a desirable place to live.
Dave Smith, Managing Director at St. Modwen Homes, said: “We’re thrilled to have been shortlisted for Best Regeneration Initiative for Cofton Grange in this year’s Housebuilder Awards and are incredibly proud of everything we have achieved so far.
“Not only does Cofton Grange represent one of our fastest selling developments to date, 100% of our purchasers are from the local area and would be happy to recommend St. Modwen Homes to a friend.
“As part of the wider regeneration of Longbridge, Cofton Grange has had significant impact locally and demonstrates our commitment to changing places and creating better futures for the communities we help bring to life and it’s great to have been recognised by the Housebuilder Awards this year.”
As well as being shortlisted in the Best Regeneration Initiative category, St. Modwen Homes is a finalist in the Best Customer Satisfaction Initiative and Best Community Initiative categories thanks to 100% of purchasers at Trentham Manor in Stoke-on-Trent also stating they would happily recommend the housebuilder to a friend.
The Housebuilder Awards are held in partnership with the NHBC (National House Building Council) and HBF (Home Builders Federation) and recognise best practice across the industry. Winners will be announced in November.
A range of four and five bedroom homes are currently available at Cofton Grange, just over a mile from the new Longbridge town centre, with prices starting from £314,995 for a three bedroom Kea property.
The Marketing Suite and Show Homes at Cofton Grange are located on Shadow Close off Parsonage Drive and are open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5.30pm, and 12pm to 7.30pm on Thursdays.
For more information call 0844 243 4507 or visit www.stmodwenhomes.co.uk, follow the housebuilder on Twitter and Instagram @StModwenHomes or like the Cofton Grange Facebook page.