Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club announces Living Space Housing as a new sponsor
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club has announced a new partnership between the Club and Living Space Housing, an exciting new enterprise based in Solihull.
The sponsorship deal is for the upcoming season and allows the Club to further invest in its grounds and players.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club is a club steeped in immense history and success, having seen many top class players pull on the prestigious jersey over the years. The new Director of Rugby, Adam Balding, has created a fresh first team for the 2019/2020 season that has performed well during pre-season friendlies.
The new sponsor, Living Space Housing, is a development-led residential planning, design and construction services solution for registered providers, PRS Funds, the NHS, Universities and Defence Estates. The Solihull-based company launched in 2019 with deals secured for its first four sites, representing a combined construction value of £22million.
Martyn Cowley, director at Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club, said: “We’re very excited to welcome Living Space Housing as our latest Club partner. The venture, launched just this year, has already been highly successful in its field, so we’re eager to play our part in its continued growth.
“The investment in the Club is very generous and we’re sure that this is a relationship that will prosper, and due to the Club’s revival, we’re certain we’ll be celebrating many wins with Living Space Housing over the long term.”
Steve Davies, managing director of Living Space Housing, said: “Living Space Housing has been formed to create new communities, so sponsoring Birmingham Moseley RFC – which has been at the heart of the community for nearly 150 years – is a perfect match.
“Living Space Housing is developing new residential sites across the region. We are on target to deliver a total of 250 homes by the end of 2020 and have identified our first six developments. We look forward to celebrating success with Birmingham Moseley this coming season.”