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Busy consultation event held for proposed homes in Halton

Residents and stakeholders came together on Tuesday 17 January at The Centre @ Halton to view and comment on proposed plans to build new homes on land in the village of Halton.

The event was very well attended with more than 150 people taking the time to view the proposed outline plans, ask questions and find out more about the proposed development. Halton is considered to be sustainable rural village by Lancaster City Council suitable for some residential development.

We have started to prepare an outline planning application to build up to 85 high quality new homes on this site located on Low Road in Halton, Lancaster.

Proposals would create a sustainable and integrated development that would make an important contribution to the district’s housing supply. The proposed development would deliver a mix of dwellings, and some of these new homes are likely to be affordable.

Story Homes development planner, Martin Nugent said: “We’re pleased it was such a busy event, as it’s really important people are informed and help shape our plans. We have lots of consultation responses to review and see if they can be incorporated into our proposals.”

“For those that couldn’t make the event, the consultation boards are on our website and the consultation period is open until Tuesday 31 January 2017. Residents are invited respond online or by post.”

Following the consultation, all responses will be reviewed and where possible incorporated into the proposed development. For further details visit the planning section.It is anticipated that the planning application will be submitted by Spring 2017.

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