Watching Brief Coventry

The Little Heath Works was opened in 1926 – the factory complex manufactured textile products. The site was originally owned by Courtaulds and subsequently by Acordis Acetate. The works were closed in 2007 and underwent demolition to slab level in 2010.

The 40 acre site in Coventry was being developed for both residential and commercial use. Planning permission has been granted by Coventry City Council for the development of 344 new homes with ten acres being reserved for ‘Employment Land’.

Trebor Developments were developing the ‘Employment Land’ area of the site for subsequent occupation by Lex Autolease. Baynham Meikle Partnership and Anglo Holt have been engaged as the design consultants and the main contractor respectively.

Envirotreat was commissioned to provide specialist services in relation to potential land contamination on the site and to address associated planning requirements.

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