The development in Roughley, known as Harvest Fields, will offer a choice of homes with two to six bedrooms.
Amanda Benjamin, sales manager for Crest Nicholson's south west division, said: "We have an excellent reputation in Sutton Coldfield, having previously built homes in Roughley, Streetley and Four Oaks. It's some time since we built in the town and this latest development will be a welcome boost to the local housing stock, providing some 55 new homes."
Harvest Fields is just a few miles from the town centre, which means residents will benefit from good local amenities including leisure and shopping facilities at nearby Mere Green. The development is ideal for those with children with a number of schools close by. It has good public transport links and easy access to the M42, M6 and M5.
"The fact that we are returning to Sutton Coldfield to build new homes is evidence that we have confidence in the local housing market. We are now gearing up for the sales launch of Harvest Fields and would encourage anyone who is considering buying a new home in the town to register their interest now so that we can keep them informed of our progress," Benjamin added.
"Early bird customers will be have a greater choice in the style of homes available; while those who purchase a property 'off-plan' before it's physically built will be able to have a greater say in how their new home looks."
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