Construction is set to start this spring transforming the redundant land into a 169 new homes development.
All the houses will be energy efficient and home buyers will also benefit from an onsite play area and an adjoining retail development with a supermarket and leisure facilities which will be submitted for planning approval this summer.
Charlotte Goode, Regional Managing Director at Keepmoat Homes, said: ‘’We are very excited to progress with our plans and breathe new life into Kingswinford.
“Our aim for the area is to transform the vacant site into a thriving inclusive community that will benefit not only those who live there but also to the surrounding area.
“As a homebuilder, we’re committed to providing houses that support first-time buyers, and this development will provide a mix of homes designed specifically to help people get their foot onto the property ladder as well as those looking to up-size.
“We have a strong track record of delivering new homes across the country, particularly on brownfield land such as this and this acquisition is a fantastic opportunity to strengthen our presence in the area and is another step towards our ambitious growth plans in the West Midlands, where we are currently searching for additional land for immediate delivery.”
The development will take around four years to complete.