Shropshire Housebuilder to Construct Second Phase of 269 New Homes at Historic Site

Shropshire-based housebuilder, Taylor Wimpey, has announced plans to construct the second phase of a 269-home development on a historic site in the county. The development, located in the village of Wem, will be built on the former site of the Wem Paper Mill, which has been derelict since its closure in the early 2000s.

The new homes will include a mix of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties, with a range of styles and designs to suit different needs and budgets. The development will also include a new public open space, as well as a children’s play area and a community garden.

Taylor Wimpey has worked closely with Shropshire Council to ensure that the development is sympathetic to the local environment and heritage. The company has taken steps to preserve the historic features of the site, including the Grade II listed mill building, which will be restored and converted into apartments.

The development is part of a larger regeneration project for the village of Wem, which has seen significant investment in recent years. The new homes will provide much-needed housing for local people and will help to create jobs and boost the local economy.

Taylor Wimpey has a long history of building quality homes in Shropshire, and this latest development is just one example of the company’s commitment to creating sustainable communities. The company is committed to providing high-quality homes that are built to last, as well as providing excellent customer service.

The second phase of the 269-home development is expected to be completed by 2021. It is an exciting time for Wem and for Shropshire as a whole, as this development will help to create a vibrant and thriving community for local people.

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