Two modular homes have been installed in Coventry as part of a WM Housing Group modular housing pilot.
The homes were constructed in the Totally Modular factory in Cradley Heath, West Midlands, and taken to the site at Littlethorpe, Willenhall.
Officials attended the site to see the finished homes including Executive Director of Development at WM Housing Nick Byrne; Director of Development at WM Housing Richard Whittaker; Chief Executive at WM Housing Kevin Rodgers; Chief Operating Officer at WM Housing Kate Still; Councillor Ram Lakha; Councillor David Welsh; Director of Housing and Transformation at Coventry City Council, Dave Ashmore; and Founder and Sales Director of Totally Modular Brian Maunder.
The homes built include a two-bedroom property and a three-bedroom property – and they could be the first of many across the West Midlands.
Modules been craned onto site in Coventry
Nick Byrne said he is very impressed by the homes.
He said: “It is great to see the finished product after following this journey over the last few months.
“The new homes look brilliant and there are so many benefits to this method of building. This is the future of housing with build times dramatically reduced and time on site.
“We’re looking forward to seeing how we can use modular homes in the future.”
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SOURCE – COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL