Work on Wolves building projects starts next year

Published:  10 November, 2011

WOLVERHAMPTON: Work on a £50m package of building projects in Wolverhampton is set to start in April next year.

Redrow Homes plans to build a modern training facility for football club Wolverhampton Wanderers, along with a new secondary school and homes, have now been given the green light.

Redrow boss and Wolves chairman Steve Morgan brokered the scheme that will see his football club get a new training academy, the city a new school and Redrow Homes build 55 four and five-bedroom luxury houses.

Work kicks off with the construction of a new St Edmund's Catholic school in April.Redrow is buying the Compton Park campus of the University of Wolverhampton and building houses on some of the free land. It will hand over the rest to build the school.

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