Ilke Homes has agreed a deal with Crea8ive Sustainable Homes that will see 76 modular housing units delivered to Evesham, Worcestershire.
Ilke will acquire and develop the five-acre former hospital site, which has been vacant since 2018, subject to planning permission.
The King’s Road homes are designed to be highly energy-efficient and manufactured offsite in Ilke Homes’ factory-controlled setting in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire.
Plans for the 76 family homes – a mixture of one-to-four bed homes – will be submitted to Wychavon District Council.
The deal follows other major partnerships Ilke has made this year with the likes of Stonewater and Orbit.
“Sustainable homes for local communities”
Tom Heathcote, executive director of development at Ilke Homes, said: “This deal marks our tenth so far this year, showing our incredible growth and the market confidence in not only our homes but also our regional development teams.
“We are thrilled to be working with Sheldon Bosley Knight for a second time, and to be partnering with Crea8ive Sustainable Homes for the first time, and I look forward to seeing the transformation of this brownfield site into a well-designed, sustainable scheme of family housing, which will bring many benefits to the community as a whole.”
Kevin Cubitt, director at Crea8ive Sustainable Homes, commented: “Our objective with this complex brownfield site was to unlock it and ensure that it is developed out for family housing.
“This deal is a big step towards our goal to deliver sustainable homes for local communities.
“We are delighted to be working with Ilke Homes who shares our vision for highly energy-efficient and high-quality homes.”
Sheldon Bosley Knight brokered the deal, the second time it has worked with Ilke.
Daniel Jackson, director at Sheldon Bosley Knight, said: “We are delighted to have been able to broker such a positive deal for Evesham.
“We have been involved in the management of this site through our subsidiary company, Timothy Lea and Griffiths, for many years and it is fantastic to know it will now be delivered positively by Ilke Homes.”
Ilke Homes plans to start work onsite in February 2021, subject to planning consent.