St Modwen to build 3000 new homes on ex-MoD sites

Property developer St Modwen has received planning approval to build 3,000 new homes on various MoD sites all over the UK.

The former Ministry of Defence sites at RAF Uxbridge in Hillingdon and Mill Hill in London and Long Marston near Stratford upon Avon will all be transformed into areas for new homes. 1,373 homes will be built at RAF Uxbridge, 1,100 in Mill Hill and 500 new homes will be built at Long Marsden.

All three sites were in use by the MoD before being closed and converted into new homes. The project by St Modwen will likely create new construction jobs for plumbing and electrician contractors in London, Stratford and the surrounding areas.

St Modwen are also seeking planning approval to build new homes in Newport, Wales. The developer is seeking permission for 311 homes at Glan Llyn in the city, and has initial consent to build a total of 4000 new homes.



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Posted on June 2, 2011, in construction jobs, construction news, electrician jobs, plumbing jobs, train4tradeskills and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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