Transformational housing schemes coming to Wolverhampton

The landscape of Wolverhampton city centre is undergoing a renaissance, fuelled by substantial investments in housing and placemaking initiatives. It is reshaping the city's core, fostering new communities, enhancing existing spaces, and generating a multitude of opportunities.

Hear from Capital&Centric’s Co-founder, Tim Heatley. The social impact developers are envisioning a brand-new neighbourhood at St George’s centred around a Grade II-listed church, transforming the former Sainsbury’s supermarket site into a new gateway for the city centre, offering over 400 new homes.

Tim Heatley, Co-founder - Capital&Centric

Also hear from Maggie Grogan, Managing Director for Muse Midlands, who are part the English Cities Fund (ECF) working in a strategic partnership with the Council. ECF is a joint venture between nationwide placemaker Muse, one of the UK’s leading financial services groups and major global investor, Legal & General and Homes England. It is set to deliver around 1,000 new homes at City Centre West, along with leisure, retail, and high-quality public spaces.

Maggie Grogan, Managing Director - Muse

Canalside Revival

The Canalside South scheme, led by acclaimed Midlands-based property developers, Wavensmere Homes, is set to introduce 500 new homes, marking one of the most extensive city centre residential development opportunities in the Midlands. Plans also include repurposing disused railway arches into 7,000 square feet of commercial space. Read more: Wavensmere Homes announced as new preferred developer for major Wolverhampton residential Canalside South scheme .

Placefirst, the leading UK build-to-rent provider, has secured the brownfield land at Horseley Fields, adjacent to Union Mill Street, obtaining planning permission for a ground-breaking scheme featuring 366 homes and commercial spaces on the canalside site. Read more: Land deal completed for Wolverhampton Canalside transformation .