The two residential-led schemes, Belgrave Village in Birmingham and the regeneration of the HMS Ganges Naval facility in Shotley near Ipswich.
Belgrave Village will be built in Balsall Heath, between the city centre and Moseley, the 12-acre development fronts the A4540 Belgrave Middleway and the A435 Haden Way and is bounded by Sherbourne Road and Balsall Heath Road.
Subject to Section 106 Agreement finalisation, the three-year build programme will start in the first quarter of next year.
Barrelman’s Point will provide 400 homes at Shotley Peninsula near Ipswich at a 60-acre site of the former historic HMS Ganges Naval facility.
Masterplanned by Clague Architects, the project will require the preservation and restoration of several Royal Navy heritage assets, including the Grade II listed ceremonial mast, Grade II listed entrance gates, a mid-19th Century Fort and two Martello Towers.
There will also be nearly 10,000 sq m of new and converted commercial and leisure premises in a new commercial centre which will include a grocer, retail space, a gymnasium and children’s play areas.
Construction of Barrelman’s Point is also expected to start in the first quarter of next year with an estimated 4-5 year phased build programme.
The partners are also looking at other development opportunities across the Midlands and South East.
The two new developments builds on the existing Galliard Apsley Partnership, which has already established a £400m plus pipeline developments in Birmingham, with projects including The Timber Yard, St Paul’s Quarter and Soho Wharf delivering some 1,400 homes.