The housing association and developer have submitted a joint application for a 161-home project across two brownfield sites in Seedley.
The plots, previously occupied by terraced houses which were demolished in 2008, total 3.8 acres and are located off Kara Street and Liverpool Street.
Site A covers 2.1 acres and will accommodate both houses and apartments and site B, at 1.75 acres, will be centred around two blocks of back-to-back terraced houses.
Of the 161 homes, 115 will be houses alongside 46 apartments.
The houses are a mix of one-, three- and four-bedroom offers with 45 units being brought forward as affordable while the flats are a mix of one- and two-bedrooms, all of which are available on affordable initiatives.
NJL Consulting is acting as planner for the project, which will be known as The Neighbourhood, with BDP as architect.
Urban Green, BWB Consulting and SK Transport are also on the project team.
Willmott Dixon is currently on site at Salix Homes’ £23m Blackfriars Road project which will deliver 108 affordable homes across 11 storeys.