The Port Loop development is a neighbourhood being created in partnership with Places for People.
The homes were built at its factory in Alfreton, before being delivered to the site and craned into place.
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Modular homes being craned into place at Port Loop, Birmingham
The regeneration company has also announced that its sales offices across the country will reopen by appointment only this week.
Tom Bloxham, chairman at Urban Splash, said: “There’s been much encouragement from the government this past week in getting the housing market moving.
“We’re excited to play our part in that, safely moving our business forward and, as we have done at Port Loop this week, creating new homes using modern methods of construction, which can be swiftly delivered to site.
“We have also taken the decision to reopen our sales offices; we have put measures in place to ensure that we can do this in compliance with the Covid-19 guidelines, and keep our colleagues and our customers safe.
“We will therefore be opening by appointment only; we look forward to welcoming customers back to our sites across the country in this way.”