Burntwood furniture shop to make way for new homes

New homes are set to be built on the site of a furniture shop in Burntwood.

Cameron Homes, which is based on Chasetown High Street, will redevelop the Collis furniture store just a few hundred yards away.

Cameron Homes contracts manager Darren Abley and technical manager Kinder Ubhi outside the site in Chasetown

Cameron Homes contracts manager Darren Abley and technical manager Kinder Ubhi outside the site in Chasetown

Andy Gough, the company’s sales and marketing manager, said they were keen to breathe life into they area they themselves call home.

“We are pleased to have been given the go ahead to build a new development so near to our head office,” he said. “This is an exciting development as it will bring new life to a prominent location in the High Street and help to regenerate the area.

“Cameron is a long-established family owned company which has been based in Chasetown for over two decades.”

Both the furniture store and the former chapel it used as storage will be transformed into seven homes.

Liz Collis, the fourth generation of the family to own the furniture business – which has relocated, said: “I am pleased that Cameron Homes is stepping in to develop the land in a sympathetic way.”

The new homes are hoping to be on the market in the summer.

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