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Planning application submitted for homes at Edgehill Park, Whitehaven

We have submitted a reserved matters planning application for phase three of Edgehill Park in Whitehaven.

We are seeking reserved matters planning permission for phase three of the development which will deliver a further 335 homes to this popular development. As part of this latest phase, Story Homes will continue to roll out ‘The Story Collection’, a range of house type designs including a mixture of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties.

The Story Collection provides a range of family homes and incorporates the best of a Story home in terms of their design and elevations to retain our unique street scenes, and internal layouts to offer modern, open plan living spaces.

Senior Development Planner, David Hayward, said: “Story Homes has submitted a reserved matters planning application for phase three of our Edgehill Park development, in Whitehaven.

“Our application details how the development will deliver a further 335 homes in this next phase. As part of this new phase, Story Homes will be offering a range of house type designs including a mixture of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties as part of ‘The Story Collection’.”

The scheme will have benefits for the local economy during the construction phase as a result of direct and indirect employment opportunities through the sub-contractors and supply chains, as well as an increased demand for local services when the new houses are occupied.

Our popular Edgehill Park, is a beautiful development of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes, and is ideally located in the Georgian town of Whitehaven.

You can view the proposals on Copeland Borough Council’s website ref: 4/20/2474/OR1.

We anticipate a decision in spring 2021.

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