A stylish housing developer is laying the foundations for growth with a new Oxfordshire office and expanded regional footprint.

Cala Cotswolds, formerly known as Cala Midlands, has announced the next phase in its regional growth plan.

The business has relocated its head office from Solihull to Oxford Technology Park, which coincides with the expansion of its operating area of Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, and Solihull to include Wiltshire and Vale of White Horse.

The Cala Cotswolds team has delivered 1,800 new homes since 2016 across the region, as well as community benefits in the form of social and infrastructure improvements.

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The company is one of eight regional businesses within the Cala group, which has been owned by Legal and General Capital since 2018.

Cala expects to deliver over 3,000 homes across the group this year and will employ more than 1,200 people.

Flagship Cala Cotswolds’ developments include consortium projects such as Nobel Park in Didcot.

The 1,239 home mixed-use development encompasses schools, community facilities and improved connections via footpaths, cycle paths and public highways.

Managing Director of Cala Cotswolds Andrew Dicker said: “We’re at a pivotal point as a business having identified significant potential for growth across Oxfordshire, as well as Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Solihull.

“Moving our base to Oxfordshire is going to be transformative – putting us at the heart of a region that has strong public and private sector support for economic growth, including housing.”


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This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from diverse communities.

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