Go-ahead for 2,500 homes to help meet Coventry's unmet need

Plans have been approved for up to 2,500 homes on a former green belt site on the southern edge of Coventry, which forms part of a 4,000-home allocation intended to help meet the city's unmet housing need.

by Michael Donnelly
A masterplan image of the Kings Hill Park scheme in Coventry (pic credit: Lioncourt Strategic Land Limited)
A masterplan image of the Kings Hill Park scheme in Coventry (pic credit: Lioncourt Strategic Land Limited)

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