Plans for 12-bed HMO in Lye

By Jordan Reynolds | Dudley | News | Published:

Derelict flats in Lye could be turned into housing for a dozen homeless and vulnerable people under plans.

Dudley Council

Mannu Bros has applied to Dudley Council for the redevelopment of the area above a Bangladeshi restaurant on the High Street.

In the plans it says: "Mannu Brothers Holdings is a ‘for profit’ social business dedicated to the provision of social and privately rented affordable units in the West Midlands.

"This property will be given to ‘Good Hope’ housing who specialise in housing the homeless and vulnerable adults. Mannu Brothers are working with young innovative architects to design, redevelop derelict buildings and establish contemporary HMOs to an exemplary standard.

"Their ethos is to offer people on low to moderate incomes a place to live near areas of employment."

Dudley Council will consider the plans at a later date.

Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
Reporter - @jreynolds_star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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