Plans have now been submitted for a development of new homes on land to the north of Broughton Park, in Little Broughton.
Story Homes are seeking planning permission for 64 homes on the site with the associated infrastructure.
The development would bring a number of benefits to the local area, including a new public open space for the community and upgrades to the play area in the village.
The proposed homes would make an important contribution to the local housing supply and includes a wide mix of two to five bedroom properties, of which 16 will be classed as affordable homes. These will be for local people at affordable rent and for sale at a discount from market rates.
Adam McNally, Development Planner for Story Homes said: “Our proposals shall introduce much needed quality new homes to the area. Of which 25% shall be affordable housing people with a local connection. We have taken on board residents comments for bungalows and included these as part of the housing mix
“The proposal includes significant new landscaping to provide biodiversity enhancements. We’re also proposing offsite public footpath upgrades to improve connections to the village, as well as primary school space contributions as a result of the development
Should the planning application be successful we would look to start on site in the summer of 2017.
For further information or to register your interest in this development, please visit the planning pages of the Story Homes website.