The new development, situated on Rectory Road, has been earmarked as a regeneration project after the land which was previously used as a Ministry of Defence building, had remained vacant following The Defence Infrastructure Organisation’s (DIO) relocation to nearby Lichfield.
Once complete, it will bring 121 two, three and four-bedroom homes to the area, with the first release of homes set to be unveiled in time for Summer 2022, followed by its showhome and sales centre later in Autumn 2022.
Also known as The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, thanks to its patronage by King Henry VIII in 1528, this sought-after town is located just a stone’s throw from the centre of Birmingham and a short drive from National Nature Reserve, Sutton Park.
Along with the new homes, Miller Homes will also be creating new grass landscaping, planting new trees and building a pond to encourage wildlife back to the area.
As well as being located just two miles from Sutton Park, one of Europe’s biggest parks, Rectory Gardens is also conveniently situated close to Sutton Coldfield train station, which has links to Lichfield and Birmingham New Street, with plans to extend to London in the near future.