Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, visited Vanbrugh Construction in Wolverhampton last week to hear about their modular housing system and view their show homes.
Gavin met with Managing Director of the company Richard Sanders to discuss the Vanbrugh Modular Housing System (VMHS). The system allows the speedy construction of housing units quickly, which each building having a ten year warranty.
Each unit is constructed by assembling pre-manufactured steel framed panels which are bolted together. The two storey building frame can typically be constructed within a day, enabling developments to be completed very quickly. The walls of the homes are fully insulted and they structure of the frame has been designed to allow customers to take advantage of large spaces. The company already has two show homes in Wolverhampton.
Along with Richard Sanders, Gavin toured the show home with Jeremy Monk-Hawksworth Managing Director of Black Country Make, who have partnered with Vanbrugh for the scheme. Following the tour they discussed the positive effect that the homes could have on social housing needs in the Wolverhampton area.
Commenting on his visit to the company Gavin said: “I had such an interesting visit to Vanbrugh Construction to view the VMHS scheme. I was extremely impressed with the design of the developments and the flexibility that they provide from residential to commercial buildings. I look forward to hearing the progress on this important programme in the very near future.”