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The recently formed land and development division of West Bromwich-based property investors and auctioneers Bond Wolfe has just landed its first sale.

The site at Silver Birch Road, Wolverhampton, has planning permission for seven town houses.

It has been sold to Para-mjit Dhillon's investment company Akal Enterprises, of Smethwick, for the asking price of pounds 415,000.

The development site is the former Silver Birch public house.

Bond Wolfe managing partner James Mattin said: "We are close to concluding a deal on a high profile site in Sutton Coldfield."
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Date:Apr 27, 2007
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