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Metro Mayor Andy Street visits new Lioncourt Homes development

With the UK facing its biggest housing shortfall on record, Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands took time to visit Poppy Fields, a new Lioncourt Homes development in the highly desirable area of Shirley. The Mayor was keen to see reuse of the former brownfield site and learn more about the development which is helping regeneration and economic development in Solihull.

Poppy Fields offers a complete range of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom family homes together with 1 and 2-bedroom apartments. The land is situated just off Haslucks Green Road and represents part of the final phase of the ‘New Heart for Shirley’ initiative, which has enhanced even further the surrounding area.

Liz Herring, Sales Director of Lioncourt Homes said: “It was a pleasure to welcome Andy Street and his team to Poppy Fields. We are extremely proud of the development which is proving extremely popular and has not only provided much needed housing in Shirley but also transformed the area. We are excited to be bringing further homes to the region with the launch of our Brewers Meadow development in Oldbury early next year.”

As one of the biggest landowners in the West Midlands, Lioncourt is predicting a turnover in excess of £100 million this year, with a target of £250 million by 2023. The company was recently revealed as one of the London Stock Exchange’s 2018 ‘Top 1000 companies to inspire Britain’ and has also been included in the Financial Times’ 1000 fastest growing companies throughout Europe.