The deal will see Inland Partnerships build the new homes on the council’s behalf. The site is ready for construction and piling works are set to start in April 2022 with work set to be completed by the end of 2024.
Inland Homes acquired the brownfield site – formerly a Pilkington Tile Factory – and worked with the local council on a long-term basis to regenerate the area. Inland Homes has alreasy completed three phases of the development which have provided 165 homes.
The last phase will contain 161 new homes and 8,000 square feet of commercial space.
Inland Chief Executive Stephen Wicks said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with BCP Council to deliver the final 161 homes at Carters Quay. We have already built a collaborative and productive relationship with BCP, who shared our vision for the regeneration of Carters Quay from the outset.
“The Group’s partnership housing division is growing from strength to strength with a forward order book now in excess of £200m. Our partners recognise the Group’s ability to add value across all stages of the project and this latest contract is testament to that.”