We invited a local MP to have the honour of breaking the ground at the future site of new family homes in Yardley, Birmingham.
John Hemming cut the ceremonial first sod at our West Midlands region’s The Laurels development before being taken on a tour of where 100 contemporary two, three, four and five-bedroom homes will be constructed.
Mr Hemming, MP for Yardley, said: “I was very pleased to be invited along to see the site where the new development of homes will sit and to cut the first sod.
“As an active member of the local community in Yardley, it is pleasing that new properties are being built here to ensure the future housing needs of local communities are met.”
Linden Homes West Midlands sales manager Linda Huntington added: “These new homes will, no doubt, be welcome news to those who are currently living to the east of the city or would like to move onto the property ladder in and around the Yardley area.
“We’re very grateful that Mr. Hemming could visit our new development and it was a pleasure to be able to give him a tour of the site and demonstrate how the new development will take shape in the next 12-18 months.”
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