Hall Bros Coventry

1991 - present


The Old Yard is a substantial development of 86 apartments on the site of the firm’s old building yard and joinery factory. This was designed primarily for young professionals, mainly associated with the nearby University Hospital. It is a proud boast that every single brick on the site was laid by Construction students of City College, Coventry. The development was officially opened in 2004 by Sir John Gains, the then Chairman of the Construction Confederation and Group Chief Executive of Mowlem plc, and a former student at King Henry VIII School in Coventry.

Bronte Walk is a development completed on the site of former horticultural nurseries at Longfellow Road which had fallen into disrepair and was causing a local nuisance to neighbours. The much sought after 18 apartments located there have helped to create a vibrant community.                                                                            

Harmony Court and Mull Court were completed in the late 2000s.  These are single blocks of apartments catering for young professionals and the over-55s.

Halls Drive is a superb new development of properties designed specifically for the over-55s, yet with provision for active professionals.
The development is divided into three phases, the first of which consists of apartments for people who qualify for affordable rents. Each apartment has carpeted floors, maple timber planed kitchens, substantial living accommodation and either one or two bedrooms.  

The build is of the highest quality, in accordance with Hall Bros policy of building for tenant satisfaction, low maintenance and sustainability.

These apartments are highly energy efficient, having heavily insulated walls and roof space and modern filled double glazing.

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